No, I am not condemning or cursing Christians to hell. Instead, I am inviting them to follow Jesus wherever He leads … even when it is straight to hell. In other words, I am saying that Jesus is leading you to go to hell.
Bruxy Cavey recently published a book called (re)union. It presents the gospel in 30 words, showing many aspects of the gospel that few people know or understand. I asked him a few questions about his life, ministry, and theology. Read this post to hack the theologian!
Many pastors are warning us about the problem of biblical illiteracy in the church today. I do not think it is that much of a problem. Here are 15 reasons why biblical illiteracy is not a problem in the church.
My friend is in a bad relationship. When I tried to confront her about it, she said I sounded angry, bitter, and critical. But of course I was angry, bitter, and critical. Love demanded this from me! When we truly love someone, we get angry when they are not treated right. This is also how we can view the church…
I sometimes wonder how many women have had abortions because they were afraid of what their church might do or say to them? If you learn that a girl in your church got pregnant, love that person like you have never loved anyone before. And if you are a girl who got pregnant before marriage, know that the world will not end if people know about your mistake.
Now that I live in the Pacific Northwest, I have come to know many people who practice the Pagan religion. Most Christians might not even know there is a Pagan religion. We tent to equate non-religious people as pagans. But there is a Pagan religion (think Vikings), and as I have come to learn more about Paganism, I have found several things I appreciate about their ways which I believe Christians could benefit from. This post contains three of these things.