First, Y’all Need to do Some Repentin’!
Christians hinge our faith on the resurrection, as we should. But let’s never forget, someone had to be first to tell the story to the world. Peter did it. It’s understating things to say, I owe him one.
After Peter finished, those in the town square shouted back, “Brethren, what shall we do?”
Remember, Peter didn’t have years of training in evangelism. He was on the spot and needed an answer, quickly.
But Wait, There’s Less
In today’s world, we get daily critiques about what Christians do wrong. These criticisms come from those outside the faith (“Christians are hypocrites and here’s why!”), but the most biting attacks usually come from within.
6 Simple Ideas (I Overcomplicated)
Gonna be real today. My original plan for this post blew up in my face.
In my most recent post (But Wait, There’s Less!), I dealt with those voices inside the church who spend their days criticizing the rest of Christianity for either too much sinning (well, we certainly don’t want that) or point out all the things we are doing wrong.
1st Faith 101: A Fascinating Journey
Looking from another perspective, a 1stFaith is honest enough to look at ourselves—whatever our denominational background—and ask, “Is what I believe consistent with what they focused on in those first days of Christianity?”
A First Century Faith – Let’s Go
With a new look on the web page, we’re back in pursuit of a First Century Faith. But first, what in the world is a First Century Faith . . . and why does it matter?
Lessons From A Bladder Challenged Dog
As for learning patience, Aubie has a habit of meeting someone new at the door by wagging his tail in excitement . . . and making a puddle on the floor. Thank the Good Lord for hardwood.
Back in 1980 I had scarcely opened a Bible; much less read one. I was a senior in high school and to that point never saw a reason to spend my time reading some archaic tome I believed had no relevance to my life.