Our challenges begin before we ever say, “I do.”
There are three reasons why I’m posting an audio message this time rather than a written piece:
My first national election disappointment happened when Gerald R. Ford lost in 1976. With the help of candy and comics, I got over it within 24 hours.
It may not be over on Tuesday night. Fears, hard feelings, and deep divides that have sprouted everywhere will probably continue long past the election.
You want things and you don’t get them. Trouble starts. Sometimes you do get them and trouble starts.
If we talk about Jesus as Lord of our lives, and neglect ever mentioning sex, we truly are tiptoeing around the elephant in the room. Sex, after all, is a huge part of the human […]
The rule of Christ is far from being some useless imposition. The more deeply personal it becomes, the more it prevents us from ruining our lives.
It is inspiring to say “Jesus is Lord,” but it can be disturbing when He acts like it.
After many months and gallons of coffee, my Tuesday morning men’s group finished a study of The Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7).
Probably the most famous elementary school science project in the world is the bean sprout experiment. That’s where you place a Lima bean on a damp paper towel, lay another one on top, put the […]