The other day I walked past a coworker who was staring intently at his phone. “Whatever you are reading must be fascinating.” I said. “Not reading, I’m watching chicks in thongs playing soccer.” He replied without moving is eyes from… Read More ›
This was my workout this morning and it was a good one. And, like most other workouts, it’s easily modifiable and requires very little equipment. What I like most about this particular routine is that incorporates one of my new… Read More ›
When atheism is stripped of pompous proclamations and arrogant allegations, its naked soul is seen for what it really is: weak, illogical, unscientific, and worthless. Atheists blindly believe that…
This short video could change everything you thought you knew about God
The “Am I going to hell?” question is designed to paint the Christian God as a cruel, merciless, and immoral despot who offers absurd “love me or die” ultimatums and a being who is not worthy of worship and His followers as heartless schmucks who don’t care about their fellow man.
Children old enough to be saved can grasp the concept of coming to Christ with an obedient heart, and letting Him be boss in their lives.
When sharing the gospel with a child, here are a few points to keep in mind:
A common misconception many of the more vocal non-believers I interact with have is that they think Christians need to decieve, coerce, or indoctrinate people into the faith while they are young or Christianity simply won’t stick.
Imagine being told that your food choices have environmental and physical effects that can damage the planet and humanity.
What would it look like if, as leaders, we focused less on the things that make our churches entertaining and more on making disciples? Verge