When you understand there are seven hundred trillions seconds spent on something everyday, it changes the way you think about God’s glory. Continue reading What Youtube Taught Me About God’s Glory
What else could Paul have been thinking when he said that Christians should be “eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace” (Ephesians 4:3)? Continue reading Do What’s Right, Not White: Five Reasons to Fight for Multi-Ethnic Churches
Faith acts on unseen truths we are mindful of. Continue reading For The Christian Only Using Two Eyes
Mentors don’t just teach you how to read and play music; if you listen to their life, you can hear it for yourself. Continue reading Discipleship or Die (Pt. 2)
If Bible intake is like eating and prayer is like breathing, discipleship is like exercising. Continue reading Discipleship or Die (Pt. 1)
Satan may be aiming for wandering sheep, but no one can pluck a sheep from the Father’s fold. The church will continue to advance, and nothing—not COVID-19 nor the gates of hell—will prevail. Continue reading What About Satan’s Purposes for COVID-19?
When we follow after Jesus, we can push ourselves to the brink of death or even to death. But we’re going to rise just like him. Continue reading The Transforming Power of the Resurrection
Google how many decisions the average person makes in a day, and you’ll most likely find a number around 35,000. Apparently, over 200 of those decisions are about food, and about 70 of them are considered difficult. If those numbers … Continue reading Did Christ Die So I Can Live This Way?
Charles Duhigg recently published a book called, “The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do.” It’s a powerful book that explains the importance of habits. Surprisingly, habits make up 40-45% of our actions every day. It might sound … Continue reading 3 Things to Consider Every Morning
We had an incredible week of Bible conference at Bob Jones. The anticipation of what God was going to do this week was building all semester, especially since the focus was revival. My guess is that’s how many others felt … Continue reading We Wanted Revival