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Often, in Christian testimonies, one’s conversion experience takes center stage. Usually, with cool lights, soft music, and a little fog, the circumstance, emotions, and sensations of the event are described in great, gut-wrenching detail. Whenever testimonies are called for, more … Continue reading
If this doesn’t fire you up, your wood is wet. William Booth, the founder of The Salvation Army, once shared this vision: I saw a dark and stormy ocean. Over it the black clouds hung heavily; through them every now … Continue reading
Why do Christians want people to know about good news of Jesus? Many non-believers sometimes wonder, “Why do Christians want to tell people about Jesus so badly? Why don’t they just keep Jesus to themselves and leave the rest of … Continue reading
Once, Jesus said this: Let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven. Matthew 5:16 In the same sermon, Jesus then said this: Beware of … Continue reading
Scott Slayton shares some great advice on how Christians should go about their neighboring: Be a good neighbor to the people who physically live around you. Know their names, talk to them when you see them, and help out any … Continue reading
Vance Havner: My father, a faithful layman who loved preaching and preachers, used to tell us once in a while, with a smile: “Some day I am going to prepare a big sermon and preach it.” I think he really … Continue reading
This week will be a bit light since I was preaching all week at a middle school camp. Hope you enjoy! 12 Truths for Parents of Special Needs Children. “As a father who lives in the world of special needs, … Continue reading
Once, Jesus preached this: Woe to you, when all people speak well of you, for so their fathers did to the false prophets. Luke 6:26 Matthew Henry helps apply. It is a sign that you were not faithful to your … Continue reading
A few years ago I was having coffee with a student and he asked a thoughtful question: “I think I know, but I have a hard time explaining it: what does it mean to follow Jesus?” I know what he … Continue reading