In his book, Just Mercy, Bryan Stevenson (lawyer and social justice activist) recalls a memory from his childhood when he was “about ten years old.” Stevenson relates a particular day when his mother took him to a church service. Afterward, as he stood outside of the church building talking with his friends, one of them… View Article
Is God Love?
Relationships are something that everyone seems to strive for. From the time a baby is born, a mother works to build that loving relationship. You see her awake during the early hours of the morning comforting the child. To the older couple sitting and having coffee together at the start of the day, to… View Article
My father was born on Valentine’s Day. He was a super awesome guy – with the biggest heart and loads of fun personality. He also worked a LOT. He was one of those men who didn’t make an abundance of cash per hour, but he worked a lot of overtime which paid off in… View Article
I have no catchy title or opening line for this article because grace needs no formal introduction. It is in itself something beautiful. It is one of the hardest concepts for some people to grasp but one of the most wonderful realities to behold. Grace, by definition is “the free and unmerited favor of God,… View Article
From Belief to Conviction, Part 2
Let me recap part one of this article from December. Earlier generations were taught right is right and wrong is wrong, and many resisted temptations and stood strong for the things they believed. Most of today’s generation have adopted Christianity, not because they have found it to be true and worthy of acceptance but because… View Article