Month: February 2015

An Unnecessary Distinction

It’s strange that many Christians, when confronted with why they are opposed to same-sex marriage, cite that because they are Christians, they “don’t believe its right.” “It may be okay for you, but I am a Christian so I am against it.” It is stated as if God has a separate …

Dutiful and Shallow Exchanges

Servanthood is one of the hardest aspects of the Christian life for me. Not because it is hard to serve people, but because it is near impossible to get anyone to let you do anything for them; so much so that that the very question itself has become cliche and …

You May Murder, But Not Neglect

A guy told me in conversation yesterday that he and his expecting wife have been assigned a “social worker.” Why? They were ‘flagged’ by the doctor because she did not have any appointments in the first 25 weeks of her pregnancy. How dare they! Therefore, the nanny graciously stepped in to …

Commands, not Legalism

It is an encouraging time for Christians. God is raising up more and more younger Christians that are seeking the Bible alone for their answers. More are zealous in promoting the fact that we contribute nothing to salvation, but that faith is a gift of God, not a result of …

Costly Discrimination

Here’s a story: Oregon bakery will have to pay same-sex couple up to $150,000! Why? Because they discriminated against a same-sex couple by refusing to make them a wedding cake. The discrimination was so detrimental that each person will receive up to $75,000 for their mistreatment during their purchase of a …