We are at a point in history where political beliefs have become very polarized and emotionally charged. It can be difficult to submit to those in authority, especially when they oppose our personal beliefs. It is even more difficulty when that power appears to be a result of political corruption. Because we feel so strongly... Continue Reading →
Church in Ephesus: Judgmental
As Christians there are many worldly things we must say "no" to so that we can say "yes" to the things that please God. In the letter to Ephesus Jesus acknowledges these worldly sacrifices. I know your deeds, your hard work and your perseverance. I know that you cannot tolerate wicked people, that you have... Continue Reading →
Can We Agree to Disagree?
America is a vast and culturally blended nation. As such, we face issues that other nations may not experience. Our diversity means that we are going to see the world through different lenses. This is a good thing. A primary concern for one may seem trivial to another, but they are drawing from different experiences.... Continue Reading →