In our hyper connected world, we are exposed daily to people who claim allegiance to Jesus but who are misrepresenting Him. Here is one example.
I’ve never watched an entire episode of either the Bachelor or the Bachelorette. For that matter, I haven’t seen a complete episode of Survivor either. Or the Amazing Race. Or the Real Housewives of Any City. (Un)Reality TV isn’t my cup of tea....
I’ve spent a lot of time – I mean a lot of time – thinking and talking about and telling others about God’s design for marriage. One of the things I’ve realized along the way is that if you asked people what the purpose of marriage is, whether they’d be honest enough to admit it or not, they usually have “my personal happiness” pretty close to, if not at the top of their list.
If you have a role in helping to raise the next generation, have you selected your target?
Psalm 127 is a classic passage about parenting. The Psalmist reminds us that our children are like arrows. The comparison is not random. Arrows are to be crafted to fly straight, then aimed at a target and released. The archer’s goal is for the arrow to hit...
I spend more time on Twitter than I do on Facebook or Instagram. This is not an endorsement of Twitter or of social media in general. Sometimes, reading through my Twitter feed can leave me smh (Twitter and text speak for “shaking my head”).
But there are usually some great reminders, some thought provoking challenges and some encouragement in the mix.