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Funyuns And Skittles

Imagine someone that eats only once a week. They are starving throughout the whole week and the only day they can eat, they eat a bag of Funyuns and a handful of Skittles. 887 more words

The myth about holy living

There is a myth associated with “holy living” that needs to be called out. Many Christians believe that if people “behaved” according to a biblical moral standard, then all would be hunky dory in our communities and society. 919 more words

Don't be an arrogant jerk face. Ahem. [Quotes to ponder]

For today’s post, I share a group of tweets from a local pastor – Jason Malone. Find him on twitter: @malonesummit

My regular readers will notice that many of these tweets share a similar theme or emphasis as my book: … 348 more words


Who's your enemy?

If you are a Christian apologetics subject matter expert, then your enemy is the “non-believing” atheist or agnostic.

If you are a Trump supporter, then your enemy is the republican party establishment… or Muslims… or immigrants… or Black Lives Matter… or humility of any kind… the list goes on. 617 more words

Us For Them

When I created this blog my intention was to be posting quite regularly, at least monthly. This hasn’t happened. Procrastination has become a close friend. Lots of thoughts swirling around in my head for writing but has mostly been done in conversation with my wife. 946 more words

Recommended Reading: April 30-May 6

If you read one article this week, engage Should Christians Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils? by Russell Moore.

For those of you with additional reading time, check out the following selections, gathered (as always) from around the blogging world. 152 more words


A Marginal Church

In my last post I mused on the relative poverty of our political and social predictions, then I went ahead and predicted a bunch of stuff anyway, specifically about the church in America. 360 more words