Religion Isn’t a Bad Thing

You have probably heard the idea that "God wants a relationship, not religion." It's like saying "God wants communication, not affiliation." While relationship and religion are not exactly the same thing, they are closely related. Religion involves a relationship. Most people when they think of religion, they "only" think of the externalities of it. Rituals … Continue reading Religion Isn’t a Bad Thing

The Fruits of a True Conversion – J.C. Ryle

Does anyone ask me what we may expect to see in a true conversion? I reply: There will always be something seen in a converted man’s character, feelings, conduct, opinions and daily life. You will not see in him perfection; but you will see in him something peculiar, distinct, and different from other people. You … Continue reading The Fruits of a True Conversion – J.C. Ryle

Tragedy Overload in the Digital Age: How Do We Handle All the Bad News? // Ask Pastor John

As I know you and I are bombarded constantly by the media, sometimes we struggle how to handle the information overload. The Media is filled with a lot of bad information, news, gossip, and many other things. How should we pray for our world and handle these things without being overloaded. John Piper I think … Continue reading Tragedy Overload in the Digital Age: How Do We Handle All the Bad News? // Ask Pastor John

I’ve Come To Disrupt and Confront…. – Dr. Ken Baker

Jesus calls us to peace, but in doing that He calls us to divide. Paul tells us to live in peace with all mankind as much as it depends on us (Romans 12:18). That living in peace doesn't mean that we compromise truth or make peace with the world system and its ways. We live … Continue reading I’ve Come To Disrupt and Confront…. – Dr. Ken Baker

Living With Variation and Obscurity

Whether I want to admit it or not, I am a perfectionist; and a perfectionist adheres to perfectionism. Perfectionism - a personal standard, attitude, or philosophy that demands perfection and rejects anything less. What is funny about myself and others I know who suffer from this problem is that we tend to be the sloppiest and … Continue reading Living With Variation and Obscurity