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Do You Believe In Miracles?

Do you believe in miracles?

Regardless of how you choose to answer, if you’re reading these words, you’re witnessing a miracle right now.

Yes, it’s a miracle to be able to read, and it’s a miracle your phone or tablet or whatever has an Internet connection, but those are almost irrelevant. 368 more words


Feeding the 5,000+

My church has recently been going through the book of Luke, and today the sermon was on Luke 9:10-17, which is the account where Jesus feeds 5000 men with just two fish and five loaves of bread (the women and children were not counted, so total could have been upwards of 12,000 people listening to Jesus). 315 more words

The Necessity of Intimacy with God

When it comes to walking with God and learning to grow spiritually, I believe keeping things simple is always best. We human beings seem to enjoy complicating matters. 562 more words

Christian Life

What's your starting point?

Much mainline Christian theology in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries has been a response to the problem of evil. For liberal Christian theologians of the mid-twentieth century, two world wars and the Holocaust made any strong notion of divine action unbelievable. 907 more words


Are You Worthy Enough To Call Yourself A Christian?

Take a moment, and reread the title to yourself. In case you didn’t feel the need to reread, I will help you out,“Are you worthy enough to call yourself a Christian?” I assure you that being a Christian is not about claiming Christianity, in fact it’s not about following the rule of religion at all. 1,500 more words

Nothing Too, Too Fancy: Umphs at the Classic Center and Miracle Tickets

August 29, 2014

I need a miracle every day

-The Grateful Dead

Miracle tickets. They’re an easy, but crucial part of jam culture and fandom that are often overlooked in their significance. 915 more words


Today, I don't believe in Moses' Staff

I told my sister I was angry with God. But when I sat down in ado to talk to God properly for the first time since the accident, I realise I wasn’t really angry. 518 more words