Rest is seriously underrated…ask my wife and I.
“You can’t take an ungodly approach to a Godly solution and expect God to be pleased.” ~ Marvin McMickle
A lesson learned on my “not-so” day off…
Okay…this should be interesting. Fee and Wayne take on the taboo topic of cohabitation, better known as “shackin’ up”. Need we say more? SHARING IS CARING! Like, share, subscribe, and leave us a rating and […]
Some issues are just more complex than we want them to be…
“In the entire universe, only two of God’s creations fail to bring glory to him: fallen angels (demons) and us (people). All sin, at its root, is failing to give God glory. It is loving […]
What does it really mean to have someone’s back? Does supporting them mean that you can never be critical of their ideas or decisions? Is it good to be a “Yes Man/Woman” in your marriage […]
“The nature of Christ’s salvation is woefully misrepresented by some present-day evangelists. They announce a Saviour from hell rather than a Saviour from sin. And that is why so many are fatally deceived…for there are […]
“Don’t think of prayer as an impersonal requirement. Realize that it is a person, the Lord Jesus Christ, with all authority and with all love, who expects us to pray.” ~ Donald S. Whitney
Can we ever really “play catch up” with time?
“I think what we reinforce over and over again in Christian circles is that your value is based on how useful you are. How much are you changing the world for God? How effective are […]
“I realize that to say prayer is expected of us may make the children of a nonconformist, anti-authoritarian age bristle a bit. Those who have been brought under the authority of Christ and the Bible, […]
“One of the ways you can tell that your kids are just borrowing your faith is if they never ask questions.” ~ Natasha Crain
“We Christians are really good at getting our message to the people who already have it…but pretty bad at times getting our message to the people who really need it.” ~ Phil Vischer
“Since God knows our future, our personalities, and our capacity to listen, He isn’t ever going to say more to us than we can deal with at the moment.” ~ Charles Stanley