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 […]
Negatives are The Blair Witch Project of the photographic world. At first glance, they’re freakish looking. They also tend to exemplify how human beings see the world.
The big picture of following Jesus is simpler than you think.
I came across the following remark in the forum of another Christian blog: “I have lost all respect for churches that have turned away from the most important commandment – love.”
John’s life looked like a Jerry Springer episode, complete with tantrums, blaming, lies, sarcasm, self-pity, and the inevitable trail of broken relationships. But unlike the television show, there was no chanting audience to egg it […]
James Curren was a sleepwalker. It was nothing serious. The seventy-seven year old usually got up, got his cane, wandered through the house, and went back to bed. But one night his sleepwalking took a […]
He could literally feel the hum and crackle of celebrity magic. People thronged the street, chanting his name, waving, trying to touch him.