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Then Are You My Disciples [Part 2]

There is by far no greater act that one can have for another than to have and show compassion for someone. When Jesus commanded his disciples to love one another as he had loved them, compassion was one of the great attributes by which they witnessed him loving them. In as much as forgiveness restores […]

Then Are You My Disciples [Part 1]

Have you ever taken a good look at the life of Jesus? As Christians, it’s something that I believe we are all called to do. In looking at what it means to be a disciple, we can draw from the Greek translation mathētēs to get the understanding that we are in simplest terms learners or […]

Does Love Have Limits in the Church?

If you’ve even remotely paid attention to the news lately, you are familiar with the recent trials of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. He is in the midst of confirmation hearings which will either result in him becoming a Supreme Court Justice or not. An eleventh-hour allegation now stands between him and what could perhaps be a […]

Being an Authentic Witness in the New Millennium

One of the challenges that has become an obstacle in the new millennium for churches has been in how to attract the un-churched or those who have been turned off or experienced church hurt. According to David Kinneman and Gabe Lyons of the Barna Group, they have discovered six key reasons why the un-churched remain […]

The Masks We Often Wear

I was watching the news recently when I saw the report that famed singer and former Disney star Demi Lovato had overdosed on drugs and nearly died. Sadly, a report like this is not an uncommon thing to hear in relationship to those who are connected to Hollywood. To be honest, you hear about it all […]

The President and the Woman Caught in Adultery

Lately, I’ve been thinking about the way some in the church have been maliciously attacking the President, without any grace or honor for the office which he holds. Many will even justify their actions by saying things like, “We’re not being any less fair than how ‘they’ treated our last president;” as though this childish […]

Is a Spirit of Fear and Offense Building Up to an Un-Civil War?

It seems with each passing day people everywhere you look are becoming offended by everything and anything. It appears that very little if anything can be tolerated without fear or without reprisal of some sort. Simple disagreements or differences of opinion are becoming wedges that divide rather than expressions of diverse thought. Offense is rooted […]

It’s Time to Tap into A Legacy of Prayer

It’s an interesting thing to note how often we can look back over our lives and acknowledge that we have made strides in our faith walk simply because someone loved us enough to pray for us. It could be a grandmother or grandfather, a mother or father, an aunt or uncle, a friend or sibling, or even a […]

Love Looks Different Depending On Where You Stand

In the last few days or so, the nation has been in an uproar and hotly debating the issue of immigration because many in the media have brought to light how some people; families and children are being treated as they attempt the enter the country at the US Southern border. Many who are watching have very deep […]

Are You Speaking to Be Heard?

Everyone has a desire to be heard, to be validated, or understood. The challenge for many is that there can be so many barriers to communication that people often walk away from a situation frustrated because they do not feel or believe that they have been heard. Whether you are on the mountain of religion, business, family or […]

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