What Meeting God Might Be Like for a Christian

A strange feeling washed over me. After months of battling the cancer that had ravaged my body, I had finally found a moment free from pain and from the nausea of the treatments. There ... Continue Reading →

Living in a Post-Christian World: Behind Enemy Lines

In their case, the god of this age has blinded the minds of the unbelievers so they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God. – 2 Corinthians ... Continue Reading →

The Crucifixion and the Power of Christ’s Blood

Today we live in a time of many anemic congregations. What is causing the lack of energy, charisma and influence that is associated with many in the church today? The most common reason ... 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 →

Think About It. My Mind’s Mines

I really enjoyed the movie, “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”. In the movie you had a regular everyday person whose thoughts were extraordinary. He always imagined being someone ... Continue Reading →

What is the Good Life?

For many of us, the concept of the “good life” is inexorably tied with having a life free from suffering and pain. We believe that a good life should be one of plenty and ... Continue Reading →

Fatal Flaw: Easter?

In Argumentation and Debate there is a concept known as a Fatal Flaw. Aristotle had another name for it, he called it Hamartia and linked it directly to tragic stories of demi-gods. ... Continue Reading →

A Place of Refuge

Last night I came home after another long day of work, and I was completely exhausted, hungry, and a bit moody. I walked through the door and was greeted by my beautiful wife playing ... Continue Reading →