James Garth, a Dad of Minecrafting boys, an aerospace engineer, digs into what Minecraft reveals about ourselves, and perhaps a bigger picture.
In a world dominated by social media and 24-hour news, there are a lot of influencers claiming “expert” status with complex and loud opinions.
Our culture has a problem with forgiveness. We live in a post-forgiveness world. And it’s going to get brutal and cold if the trend continues.
We interviewed nine regular people just like you to find out what they want to put into action this year. Here’s what they said!
Material “stuff” is a subtle trap. We may have to get rid of it. But the stuff that can stop you from following Jesus is the “stuff” of the heart.
In last week’s blog, I spoke about not letting the log or the hard time you are in spoil the view around you. We can tend to be so fixated on what is right in front of us that we forget to look at the bigger picture. You can read more about that here. This week […]
Have you ever asked yourself where the tenets of your Christian faith come from? What are the historical proofs for the Bible you read?
In your spiritual experience, do you consider yourself more as a slave to religion, or as a friend of God? This may determine your happiness in this life.
Our faith is never perfect. We are always falling, stumbling, and weak in how we come to Jesus. He is always quick to stand beside us in his strength.
When I say I love the Netflix series The Good Place, I really do love it. It’s original, well-acted, and it constantly references philosophy.