I love my friend Jesus, because he's sweet in all the ways I deeply need and greatly want.
Some helpful links defining and explaining the importance of gospel-centrality for the church.
I have discovered that there is quite a massive chasm between trusting God to do and trusting God to be. So what's the difference?
The question we must all answer is, are we willing to be thought a fool for the sake of Jesus?
The universe, as I understand logic, demands a creator. But I do not believe the universe itself to be the greatest miracle of all.
"We all must remember who we are in Christ and who we are not without him."
What if I go there to show the love of Jesus; to show some grace? After all, didn’t Jesus hang out with sinners?
If the church’s message seems to be that marriage and parenting bring the "real" issues in life, you may be sending the message that singles are second-class citizens.
We typically think that if given enough time, our sins will work themselves out. Boy, are we wrong.
What gives you the eyes to see and ears to hear the image of God in your fellow man clearly and truly other than the gospel?