I’ve wondered for a long time why there is so much outrage these days and this, I think, offers a pretty good explanation. Just like gambling or sex, outrage can become a process addiction—a form of behavior that our bodies come to rely… Read More ›
To say that you don’t want to go to heaven because a loved one won’t be there is to fail to understood that, no matter who you are, your greatest loved one, Jesus, is already there.
If you’re a Christian husband, you should think and pray on these words.
It’s not even 11 AM, and twice today my wife, Cetelia, has irritated me.
The first time happened about two hours ago when she spoke to me like she would speak to one of our kids.
A while back I was speaking and asked for a show of hands, “How many of the wives have had too much affirmation over the past month?”
Laughter broke out across the room. No, haven’t had too much of that.
Sir Lionel Luckhoo (of The Guinness Book of World Records fame for his unprecedented 245 consecutive defense murder trial acquittals) epitomized Christian enthusiasm and confidence in the strength of the case for the resurrection when he wrote: “I have spent… Read More ›
“I identify as a Christian but I don’t go to church.”
“I identify as a Christian but I’m really not that into it, it’s more of a cultural thing.”
Confrontational communications put us on the offense, defense or both—and the goal becomes “winning.” We all know this feeling, and sometimes we’ll keep fighting even after we realize we’re wrong.