Month: July 2012

Struggling with Addictions

Opium poppies (Photo credit Wikipedia) Have you ever had an addiction? Maybe you find yourself struggling with one even now. For those who have never been addicted to something, they cannot possibly begin to understand what it is like. An… Read More ›

Radically Christian

“And before we destroy children’s love and belief in world-saving mission, before they get cynical and become like us, they even think about their future vocation in terms of mission, don’t you see that? They never just say …’I’m probably… Read More ›

The Story of the Psalms

This is a guest post written by Matthew Knapp. Matthew writes for Seminaries and Bible Colleges, a website dedicated to helping people find the right Bible college or seminary. With the recent growth of mp3s and programs like iTunes and… Read More ›

The Right Place

This past week I have been busy doing what I call a “moving drill.” No, we don’t actually move but we clean out like we would if we were moving. Growing up in a minister’s home who moved every four to… Read More ›

God so Loved…

God so loved the world He gave His only Son God so loved the world He let His only Son Die God so loved the world He allowed His Son to experience all temptations Jesus so loved the world He… Read More ›

Hinduism: We Are All Divine

Western thought began in ancient Greece where men like Socrates, Plato and Aristotle saw that the universe had a plan and purpose. Eastern thinking says everything is temporary, changing, unreal, ephemeral and our perceptions of the world are misleading and… Read More ›

Of God and men

(Photo Credit: Wikipedia) Man designed the space shuttle, and it flew into space and serviced the space station and then landed back on earth like a huge airplane. I have to say that is a rather impressive feat. God designed… Read More ›