Articles By Guest Bloggers
Jesus as an Immigrant, by Joe Battaglia
Saturday November 24, 2018christian life •
Jesus came to define this new community as one comprised of immigrants and aliens living in their own land.
Lies Men Believe, by Robert Wolgemuth
Saturday November 10, 2018christian life •
Once David knew he had been found out, emotions (that should have shouted in the first place) overwhelmed him.
The Two Roads, by John Lynch
Saturday November 3, 2018christian life •
You’re in the Room of Grace! Grace! That word appears 122 times in the New Testament.
Happy Happy Christianity, by Tom Sloan
Thursday October 18, 2018christian life • pain & suffering •
When I saw that happiness eluded me more often than not, I opted for joy.
God Doesn’t Want My Good Behavior, by Jake Luhrs
Thursday September 13, 2018christian life •
The myth (and lie) is that in order for God to love and accept us, then we have to perform
Ignore Social Media - Jake Luhrs
Thursday August 30, 2018christian life •
Nothing More Than a Noisy Gong, by Jake Luhrs
Thursday August 9, 2018christian life •
Many people can do the “christian” thing. We can talk to people about Scripture, we can share the Good
News, and we can tithe to our church or donate to a cause. We can even read our Bibles and proclaim to
others how much “we love Jesus.” But if there isn’t love that flows out of those things, then what are we
doing? And why are we doing it?
An Unhealthy Preoccupation with Sin, by Ryan Couch
Thursday July 26, 2018christian life •
I’ve often said that the Church has this weird preoccupation with sin. I don’t mean that the Church should ignore sin or be afraid to talk about it. What I mean is that the Church treats sin like the boogie man.