The last couple of weeks it seems like our national news has been dominated by a couple of things: Gay wedding cakes & religious freedom laws. As gay people are gaining the right to marry, many Christians feel like they are losing their religious rights & freedoms while the media does nothing but point their cameras at this tension. As all this is going on our great country is becoming more & more divided. And right now it’s becoming divided all over cake… Continue reading
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Tagged Apostle Paul, Cake, Christian Businesses, Freedom of Religion, Gay Weddings, Homosexuality, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Religious Liberty, Tent Making, Wedding Cake
Confession: Up until about 6 months ago I did not see the Church as being the Bride of Christ. I just couldn’t reconcile it being the Body of Christ & the Bride of Christ all at the same time. I seen them as being two totally different things: The Church being the Body of Christ & the Bride strictly as New Jerusalem as mentioned in Revelation 21. To me it just didn’t make sense.
The reasons why is pretty simple. Continue reading
Spring time is QUICKLY coming! Let’s talk a little bit about the greatest game on the face of the earth: Baseball.
Growing up I was a HUGE Cincinnati Reds fan! Tony Perez, Johnny Bench, Dave Concepcion, Mario Soto, Eddie Milner, Ron Oester, Dave Parker, Chris Sabo, Barry Larkin, Eric Davis, & Paul O’Neill were some of my favorites, just to name a few!
But among them all was undisputedly THE greatest baseball player of all time: Mr. Charlie Hustle, Pete Rose. Continue reading
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Tagged Baseball, Cincinnati Reds, Cooperstown, Hall of Fame, Jesus, Johnny Bench, Major League Baseball, Pete Rose, Romans Road, Salvation, The Big Red Machine
Each morning we wake up, go through our morning routines, and choose what to wear for the day. Sometimes we dress how we’re feeling that day or by how we want others to see us. It’s easy to catch a good glimpse of someone’s personality just by what they choose to put on.
Many years ago, during a job interview, the employer made a comment to me; “I can tell you’re a christian.” I was stunned! No one had ever said those words to me before. How did a total stranger know I was a Christian? What gave it away? Was it something I said? The way I smiled maybe? Did they see kindness in my eyes? Continue reading
We’ve all heard the story of Judas Iscariot. The guy who turned Jesus over to the authorities to be crucified. Judas is much more than a story of betrayal. He is an important lesson for us all about the Judas in our own lives.
There always seems to be this one person who wants us to fail. They are constantly looking for opportunities to trap us, make us look bad, or just to upset us. But what do we do? How do we respond? Continue reading
I want you to watch this video.
Keep in mind as you watch this video that this young man did not have to do what he did! He made a choice to do it! Continue reading