Psalm 15:4 says we should honor those who fear the Lord. Jeff attempts to do so in an entry of thanksgiving for those who have nudged him closer to Jesus.
Find out how Jeff discovered a practical expression of God’s love – almost exactly 24 hours after preaching about it.
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Feel free to leave comments. Your participation enriches the site!He’s been featured in so many sports articles and newscasts now. He’s known as “The Coach Who Never Punts.” Kevin Kelley is the football coach of my alma mater, Pulaski …
This week, Blacksburg is crazy. The college students at Virginia Tech are moving in/back. We’ve seen several families already eating out together and walking downtown. We’re about to be one of those families… in Charlotte. Last night, I sat beside the bed of my 18 year-old and told him, “I’ve been telling you I love …
This post is an ongoing one about my study through the New Testament book of Colossians. In it, you’ll find reflections, thought bombs guaranteed to demolish faulty and shallow thinking and even some wonder.
Sometimes life is hard and difficult. We’re tempted to buy our way out of our doldrums – or medicate. What if the way forward is through “looking back?” Consider this passage from Psalm 77 as a way to gain strength and perspective on bad days.
A simple post that issues a challenge to share your faith in Jesus Christ with your social media audience today.
This “Nuff said” entry is a collection of well-written, compassionate posts about the same-sex marriage ruling from a Christian perspective.
In this review of “Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices,” you’ll identify and embrace strategies for waging spiritual warfare. The book is written by Thomas Brooks (1608-1680), but he doesn’t write like an old dead guy. He sounds instead like he’s planted a bug in the war room of Satan himself and is spying on the enemy for our benefit.
The SCOTUS rules in favor of establishing same-sex marriage for the entire country. For the Christian, it’s not a time to preach doom and gloom nor wring your hands in anguish. Rather, it’s a time to commit to pray, to obedience and to loving boldness.