As we continue the conversation on missions this month, we mustn’t forget the main focus of missions: reaching the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ for the glory of God. Many of us can recall sermons on Matthew 28 — the Great Commission passage—but how can we put that into action? Do some need… Continue reading The Local Church and Its Role in Missions
Two weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending Radical, the 2018 Liberty Women’s Clinic Fundraiser Banquet. This banquet occurs every April in Kansas City, Missouri, and this year 600 people attended. It was a night full of fellowship, stories, inspiration, and praise—praise to God for the 306 confirmed lives He saved through the means… Continue reading A Reflection on the 2018 Liberty Women’s Clinic Banquet
This month we are covering the S.L.E.D. Test on the sanctity of human life. As we look at the “S”, which stands for size and appearance, we’ll see that this argument hits at the issue of abortion in particular. Not only do we care about the unborn, but we also care about the life of the unborn after she is born. Whether she’s 14 and playing basketball, or 90 and living in a nursing home, we care about her life.
“Anything you can do, I can do better. I can do anything better than you.” Allow me to introduce you to one of my favorite childhood mantras. I recall many days on the playground yelling this at boys I chased at recess. Chants like these flooded my head and heart so much that I started… Continue reading Women, There’s Purpose in Your Roles
Calendaring is in full swing for the holiday season as families across the globe strive to find a time for all the family to come together. Presents are being wrapped and meals are being planned, Christmas pajamas are being purchased and travel plans are being secured, all with the anticipation of the Christmas season in… Continue reading Yes, Go to Church This Christmas Eve
Do you ever walk into a room and try to avoid a mirror like the plague? Welcome to my Tuesday morning. I arrived at work, started the morning coffee (which is most necessary, of course), and then went to the ladies room. Since I had been in there before, I knew there were mirrors, and… Continue reading Our Relationship with God: Rebellion or Redemption
Many of us would shake our fists at a judge and shout for justice if he pardoned a guilty criminal and declared her innocent. We would demand that justice be done. And in our case, justice has been done.
We can hold fast to the promise in Romans 8:1, that, “there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.”
What makes Jesus fit to be the only Savior of the world?