Tug of War

Your identity is not what you do, but will help you find what you should do! Who you are is not defined by your role in life, but it will help determine your role in life! Your beliefs [about yourself, about God, about life] affect your behavior. Your identity is who you are when nobody is around, when you are reduced to nothing. Even after you die, your identity will still be intact.

Left Behind

My father was a Christian - an exceptional Christian. He was a saved over 32 years ago and served the Lord ever since. He was ordained as a Deacon to serve in 3 churches and gave sacrificially of his money and time to God and His church. He loved teaching the Word of God (as a Sunday School teacher for 20+ years). But he especially loved witnessing to the lost about the power of the gospel to change a life!

Christian Voters Guide

This year marks a sort of revolution back to conservatism - and I couldn't be more thrilled!  If you want to promote Christian principles on Election Day, this beautiful flyer (8.5x11") is something worth printing & passing along to your church.  On the left, issues to guide voting.  On the right, helpful Scriptures & patriotic … Continue reading Christian Voters Guide

Hope for Every Christian – 2 Thessalonians 3:16

Have you noticed that Christians seem like some of the saddest people on earth? Why is that? Is it because they don't have as much 'fun' as the world? Is it because they are under the guilt of not living up to the perfection of Jesus? I don't think so... When a person gets saved, he finds new joy and hope - but at the same time loses a lot of things he once found pleasure in. Christians must learn to find hope in the right things...

What You Should Know about the Qur’an

One-fourth of the world's population views the Quran as their final authority. It is their Holy Book. Most Christians don't realize that what is says is the best starting point for sharing the gospel of Christ with a Muslim. The Quran probably has more in common with the Bible than you might think! Each of the following is a perfect ...

Fathers Make a Difference

It was a quick trip to the park on a Saturday evening. Nothing major, just a few minutes with the family to get out the hyper-activity. I didn’t notice it right away, but once it sank in, there was not stopping the waves of sadness, frustration, and anger. It might not be a big deal … Continue reading Fathers Make a Difference