Intentionally Reflecting the Light of God

I don’t think I have met a Christian who hasn’t felt convicted at one time or another about the way they live. Even the most devout men and women occasionally feel like ... Continue Reading →

Belief in Biblical Inerrancy as Symptom of Salvation

All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, – 2 Timothy 3:16 Many people mistakenly believe ... Continue Reading →

Why Legal Same Sex Marriage is not the End of the World

The sky is not falling. Now that we have that out of the way I would like to explain to all of you why the Supreme Court’s ruling last week legalizing same sex marriage is not the ... Continue Reading →

Suicide Isn’t an Unpardonable Sin

There can be no doubt that suicide by our nation’s veterans has become a national emergency. There is even a hashtag for it (#22aday). It is on the national consciousness yet ... Continue Reading →

Separation of Church and Reason

Christianity once held a place of reverence and respect among academics and the common people alike. Even from a secular perspective, Christianity was seen as a philosophy that held ... Continue Reading →

How Can You Tell If You Are Saved?

There is nothing more concerning to Christians than the times of long stretches without “feeling” the presence of God. You start to question everything about your faith and when ... Continue Reading →

5 Misconceptions and Truths About Salvation in Christ

I realized recently that my conversion from atheism to Christianity was so unbelievably different than anything I had expected as to be worthy of recounting. The misconceptions that ... Continue Reading →

Podcast Review: Communio Sanctorum

Podcast Review Disclaimer: I have not been in any communication with Communio Sanctorum nor have I been given any compensation for this review. I’m just a fan. Today’s post ... Continue Reading →

Meet Mike Davis: A Testimony

The story of how I came to Christ is a little different than most, but it is one that shows how far God is willing to go to get us home. To simply say that my childhood lacked God would ... Continue Reading →

What We Are For Rather Than What We Are Against

Let’s face it, being a Christian in modern America is difficult. Keeping to our convictions and living in a way that brings glory to God and doesn’t pain the spirit is ... Continue Reading →