Not knowing what to do, Nero fiddled while Rome was burning . . . and became the poster child for lack of leadership in times of crisis. The list of government leaders doing that right now is endless! We are being told what not to do . . . and that list is endless. But what can we do?
“If you’re not close to God, guess who moved,” and “Our chickens have come home to roost,” are two very old phrases that describe exactly where we are in America today. How did we get here?
This is bad news for 77% of all Americans and 62% of all Christians. Being good doesn’t get you or anyone else into heaven. There are millions of wonderful people in the world doing good things that have nothing to do with salvation. Believing you can earn your way into heaven may be the biggest deception in all of humanity!
The question might be asked: “How could a loving, all-powerful, all-knowing God allow a virus with no cure to wreak destruction on a global basis?” Nothing good can come out of this massive attack on mankind! So, either we can’t trust God or there is no God. But, is there another way to look at this? How do we respond?
There is no phenomenon that so loudly shouts the demise of American Culture than our loss of Civility! It’s been in a downward spiral for a long, long time. It’s pervasive and we see it all around us. And it hit a new low that went viral when…
The helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant will prove to be one of the most shocking events of our lifetimes. After you heard the news, everyone you called already knew. It’s doubtful that any other event has been so broadly disseminated in such a short period of time. Why was this one life so important to us?
In football terms, it’s the final game between the two best teams in the NFL for a given year. Theoretically, it’s the final contest between the best two football programs. How does this Super Bowl compare to the Super Bowl of Life where the prize has eternal consequences?
With Christmas almost here, it’s time to reflect on where we are in human history and what God has in store for us in 2020.
This year has been unlike any other as it relates to cultural chaos. And the phrase, “We have met the enemy and he is us,” has never been more appropriate. Yet in the midst of the chaos, we have hope because of you.
Sharing your faith is spontaneous and can be triggered by something as small as bumping into someone at the grocery
Being a part of a bible study group not only strengthens and deepens your relationship with God, but it can