This past Friday, two women in South Haven, Michigan, came close to losing their lives unexpectedly on that town's south pier at Lake Michigan. As they walked along the pier, a flood of waves rushed in and pushed them off the side into the choppy waters. Fortunately, there were bystanders nearby who rushed onto the pier… Continue reading He draws us out of many waters
Among the many good qualities a Christian should possess in their relationship with God and other people is Christian charity, also known as selfless, unconditional love. It's a theme we are constantly reminded of throughout the New Testament. As a matter of fact, Paul said it was so important that it should be considered the… Continue reading Love, the bond of perfection
There have been some disputes in recent years about whether or not the word "day" at the beginning of Genesis actually means a 24-hour period. Some have even quoted scriptures like 2 Peter 3:8 (a thousand years is as one day with the Lord) to make the claim this applies to an extended period of… Continue reading Does a day in the Genesis creation account mean 24 hours?
It's encouraging when parts of the US known as the "Bible Belt" remain true to that nickname. Chattanooga, Tennessee is one of those places. Privately-funded non-profit organization Bible in the Schools, located in that city, just gave the Hamilton County Department of Education (HCDE) in Chattanooga $1 million to take care of all expenses for… Continue reading Non-profit organization fully funds Bible elective course in Chattanooga
In Christian circles, it is easy to get caught up in outward appearances. False prophets and teachers are everywhere in these last days. If there’s a sucker born every minute who will fall for them, we must pray not to become their prey. Our Lord said: 15 Beware of false prophets, which come to you… Continue reading I pray not to fall prey: judging good fruit from the bad
The situation of the breastfeeding mom at Elevation Church's Ballantyne, North Carolina site continues to get heated discussions online. Amanda Zilliken, who was asked to leave the sanctuary if she wanted to breastfeed even when she was covered up, has gotten crowdfunding backers urging her to sue the church while others have called for the… Continue reading Poll: Is online outrage justified over Elevation Church & breastfeeding mom?
After a leading Catholic and a leading Presbyterian (with the Vatican's blessing) wrote a scathing article to criticize conservative American Catholics for backing President Trump, Trump's evangelical team of advisors want to meet with the Pope to make peace with him. The article, which grabbed headlines, basically held the socialist globalist stance that the evangelicals… Continue reading Trump evangelical advisors seek to appease Pope Francis
Endurance. Stamina. Patience. According to Hebrews 12, we must allow God to place these within us to make it all the way through to the end in our Christian life. As Paul states: 1 Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and… Continue reading It’s mainly an endurance race, not a sprint
After years of being censored on Facebook by having my stats lowered, fake followers who are added and then deleted as part of their mind games, notifications blocked, and various other psy ops games the gatekeepers at Facebook play, I have now opened an account with gab.ai. If you have never heard of gab.ai, it… Continue reading Sun & Shield now on gab.ai
One of the many good reasons to regularly study God's word and apply it is so we can be reminded just how faithful God is to us and how beneficial that relationship is for us to make it in this life as we prepare for the next life. Isaiah 41:8-13 is one place where we… Continue reading Chosen, called, and upheld by God