What is Still Good About America: An Evangelical Christian’s Perspective.
Negativity…negativity…negativity!!! It seems like that is all we hear. Someone is killed over here. Someone has been robbed over there. This person is sick. That person has financial problems. The government does this. Corruption, murder, adultery…and on and on. If you listen to the news, you will be bombarded with pessimism everywhere. For the church, […]
Prayer is one characteristics that is shared among many world religions and philosophies. In the end, the key difference is the recipient of the prayer. But what is prayer? Why is prayer important? Why do speakers, teachers, and religious leaders emphasize the importance of prayer? Books have been written on prayer. Even Jesus gave a […]
Most readers have heard of cults. The very name “cult” may bring to mind a group of people participating in a voodoo type of dance, ready to sacrifice an unwilling participant; or perhaps, a maniacal leader, such as David Koresh or Jim Jones, who brainwashes his victims for personal gain. If this is what cults […]
On this Father’s Day, I, being a father, contemplate on the biblical principles for fathers. Now more than ever before, we need godly Christian men to assume the role of a father. We cannot afford any more dead-beat dads who claim to love God and love their children while not having anything to do with […]
I have just finished reading a great book by Donald S. Whitney titled Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life. In the book, Whitney lists ten different spiritual disciplines that is attributed with godliness. Two disciplines really stood out to me: the disciplines of silence and solitude. Dave Earley also told of another discipline called the discipline […]