Falling away of the evangelicals

Rise of the Nones

He’s saved, He’s saved! I have heard it before and so have some of you. It’s an exclamation used when someone’s deeds do not line up with the gospel. Who can know if God’s word have fallen on good soil, except for our “love for one another” (John 13:35). An individual’s deeds stand on their […]

STATE OF THE CHURCH: MORE LOST THAN FOUND

Foregoing righteous acts for the desire of righteous policies will not lead to a righteous life.

At times churches seem more lost than found. The nature of our ideals should be distinct and challenge worldly views because we that belong to the light bring good news. This good news is good because of Jesus. The gospels convincingly show a need for salvation that can only come by believing in Him. We […]

3 myths associated with giving

When lack of understanding can cost you

Our world system is one that forces us to coexist with the support of others. Communities rely on the consistency of norms, which includes the benevolent charity of its people. When they remain intact everybody benefits. During the 2017 hurricane season we saw what happens when those norms are violated. More importantly, in the aftermath […]

POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS SYNDROME (PTSD): WHERE PAST MEETS PRESENT AND A RIGHT TO THE SPOILS OF WAR

Who knows the trials of war, but those who witness its horror and experience the burden of its consequences? The veracity of sights and sounds strike similar cords but illicit varying responses in each mind. The state of such is often lesser than the former. Lost in a cavern of darkness, which hides the light […]

Don’t miss what you have left!

Holding onto former things is a familiar trap for most, if not all of us. That first step after the loss of a job, loved-one, home, and much more can seemingly be a huge leap. Consequently, when the situation turns for the better we can become callous to the needs of others. The lessons we […]