Spend any amount of time hanging out with Christians online, and the subject of church is bound to arise. And when it does, the majority opinion is always the same: there are no good churches left in the world. None. There is altogether too much ear tickling, flashing lights, and pounding music and not nearly… Continue reading The Day I Let God Choose a Church For Me
Suicide is a rough topic. When it happens, it’s horrific. But even more often than people do it, they think about it. Some just toy with the idea, and some go as far as planning it out. Some really believe they want to die. Others just want people to pay attention to them long enough… Continue reading Suicide, a Teen, and a Priest on a Plane
There was a time not so long ago that doctors made house calls. Sick people never had to leave the comfort of their own bedrooms. Instead, medical professionals would travel the distance to treat patients and write prescriptions. Not many doctors make house calls today, but there is one who still does. Jesus has been… Continue reading The Cure For Depression: Jesus is My Medicine
Photo by Ben White on Unsplash Eye witness accounts are a powerful thing, especially today when fake news rules the day. It’s one thing to read an article or even see a video. It’s another thing completely when people you know and respect say something happened to them. For Christians, there are two types of testimonies. Both can… Continue reading Two Kinds of Testimonies: Are You Telling Yours?
As children of God, we know that He is always with us. Sometimes we definitely see His hand, and sometimes we have to trust by faith that He is there. I heard a sermon once based on two verses in the Book of Psalms. It was about God in the sanctuary versus God in the… Continue reading God in the Sanctuary, God in the Sea
God healed people in the Bible, and He still does it today. Here is a testimony of healing about a time when God healed my foot after a prayer in faith.