1. Conscience forces us

Tweet …to examine our actions before, during, and after we act. It constantly questions what we have done, what we are doing, and what we are about to do.

2. We have difficulty

Tweet …with surrender. So, we try to change the terms and conditions of our surrender so that they suit us better. But the terms of our surrender are nonnegotiable. Our surrender is complete and total. It requires complete and total...

3. Internally, anger is

Tweet …a weed. Once we allow it to live anywhere within the heart, it will spread everywhere. If we allow it to grow, it will not stop until it chokes our inner life under its oppressive and life-robbing...

4. The sins

Tweet …which revolve around consumerism are the sins we do not want to do anything...

5. A passive attitude

Tweet …toward knowledge has led us to a lowest common denominator kind of Christianity. The result of this shift toward simplicity is that Christians have minimized serious thinking and settled for a shallow understanding of God, our...

Review: Songs of Experience U2

Tweet U2 SONGS OF EXPERIENCE *** out of **** U2’s Songs of Experience dropped today. My first impressions are to give it three out of four stars. It is not one of U2’s best records but it is not one...

How Consumerism Reshapes All Our Relatio...

Tweet In the United States, the average amount of consumer debt, not including housing, is nearly $20,000 per household. The majority of that debt is credit card debt. Each year, over one million people...

Contemporary Problem in Discipleship (Pa...

Tweet Life is overstuffed. People in my church often say, “I would like to memorize Scripture, but I’m just not good at memorizing. I just can’t remember. There is too much going on for it to...

Contemporary Problems in Discipleship (P...

Tweet Discipleship is simply this: Christians helping others grow into Christlikeness. It involves our commitment to grow in our head, heart, and hands. How we think changes, what and how we love changes, and...

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