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February 5, 2017 –

Made Alive

Made Alive

In recent years, humanity’s unresponsive disinterest in God has been considered by some to be the personal choice of rational thinkers. Others have considered it to be the result of the Church’s failure to remain relevant in a modern world. But is the problem really that simple? Could the root issue lie much further below […]

January 8, 2017 –

True Conversion

True Conversion

Many people have a religious background, but they haven’t experienced true conversion because they have never trusted Jesus for themselves. It is, however, only in Christ that a person can experience the life that God offers those who believe. This life is found, not in the religious works that we do, but in the work […]

December 4, 2016 –

A Witness to the Light

A Witness to the Light

God sent John the Baptist as a witness for Jesus so that the Jews might know that he is the Son of God. John’s testimony prepares the way for Jesus’ ministry.

November 27, 2016 –

The Light Shines

The Light Shines

There seems to be a deep human longing to make sense of life. Every man-made philosophy and worldview is an attempt to understand the nature of reality. Thankfully, Jesus has come as a light shining in the darkness, giving those who believe in him eyes to see and know God.

October 30, 2016 –

Abortion: Women’s Health or Right to Life?

Abortion: Women's Health or Right to Life?

America has had many heated debates over the issue of abortion since the Roe vs. Wade decision in the 1973. Those who lean more conservative often appeal to the unborn baby’s “right to life,” while those who lean more liberal appeal to the “woman’s rights.” Our two party system would like us to think that […]

October 23, 2016 –

Criminal Justice Reform

Criminal Justice Reform

When it comes to criminal justice, some people appeal to swift and harsh justice against crimes committed so that society might be protected and criminals might learn their lesson. Other people appeal to mercy for criminals, believing that there may be better ways to deal with crime, especially concerning minor offenses. In the Gospel we […]

October 9, 2016 –

Inequality

Inequality

Inequality is a problem in our culture because self-interest is a problem in our hearts. Only in Christ do we find the freedom to actively seek the well-being of those around us because only in Christ do we find our own interests served by and needs met in God. When we begin looking up to God, we’ll finally stop […]

September 26, 2016 –

Education Reform

Education Reform

Education has been in a state of disrepair for quite some time. While many schools are doing well, many more are facing tremendous challenges as they fight to improve education for millions of Americans, particularly children. Factor federal mandates on policies that are unrelated to education into the equation and you have a recipe for disaster. The […]

September 18, 2016 –

Immigration Reform

Immigration Reform

America is a land of immigrants. Very few American citizens can trace their ancestry back to this land, yet immigration reform is surrounded by controversy because of undocumented immigrants, illegal immigration, the refugee crisis and the immigration process itself. The issue can get confusing quickly. Thankfully, the way of Jesus can help us think about […]

September 11, 2016 –

War & Terrorism

War & Terrorism

Subjects like war, terrorism and defense by force are contentious and controversial topics in today’s political discourse. Many on the right give the impression that war and defense by force are always justifiable when it comes to acts of terror, while many on the left give the impression that neither are ever justifiable. But can […]

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