Anybody that paid attention to the news this fall saw the miraculous happen. The curse was finally broken. The Chicago Cubs went to, and won the World Series. But, was there ever really a curse to begin with?
Sometimes the greatest lessons in our lives don’t come from sitting in a classroom, or having it taught to us by a teacher. The most powerful lessons in our lives, and often the most meaningful, are the ones we learn on the road of life.
Criticism is an act that changes us. Bit by bit. Slowly, but surely. It changes our thinking. It changes our actions, and it changes the way we see they world around us. But what happens when we become critical of another person in the body of Christ.
No matter your race, socio-economic status, or geographic location if you are married you will eventually face a storm of some magnitude. That storm may be financial, relational, familial, or any other of a plethora of things that will try to destroy your marriage. Today I take a look at Matthew 14 and how it relates to your marriage. I share with you the three options you have when storms hit your marriage.
The Bible is God’s written word to mankind. It reveals his character, his desires, and ultimately points to Christ in every book. In recent years scripture is losing its authority in the life of Christians and that poses a huge problem to Christianity in general. Here are the five greatest threats to the authority of scripture.
I recommend anyone wanting to begin studying theology, which I recommend every believer should study theology, this is a great book to get you started. Don’t let the size of the book discourage you. It is a think book because he covers many different topics, but the material is easily digestible.
I’m sure we all know the famed Aretha Franklin song about respect. “R-E-S-P-E-C-T tell you what it means to me.” I bet you just sang that didn’t you? Now it’s probably going to be stuck in your head. While it’s a great song, it also gives you a great tool to build respect in your marriage.
In recent years it seems as though fewer and fewer Christians are studying theology. It is often thought of as the work of pastors and professors. The truth is though every follower of Christ should be studying theology for five very important reasons.