Many Christian churches sang a song with the line “They will know we are Christians by our love by our love.” In today’s society, many vocal professed Christians are showing anything, but love. There is a pastor exercising revenge, degrading others and claiming Christ gave them the right to “sell
With Gentleness and Respect…
In 1 Peter 3:15 it states, “But in your hearts sanctify Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give a defense to everyone who asks you the reason for the hope that is in you. But respond with gentleness and respect, But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always
The Vileness of Jesus’ Disciplines
If we look back at Jesus and his disciples we can create an analogy with how groups are being judged today. One of the most famous disciples was Judas. Even non-Christians can often tell you who Judas was because of his actions. As I look at today’s society, I see
WWJRD – What Would Jesus Really Do?
This morning I was thinking about the time when Jesus was betrayed by Peter, so he called Peter, an “evil, evil, little minded man.” And, I was thinking about when Jesus saw the prostitute tried to drive her from the well so others would not be exposed to her evil
“Jerkface Judas” and “Pathetic Peter”
There are people who proclaim to be Christians and then there are people who proclaim to try to be Christ-like. The two are not the same. Anyone can claim to be a Christian, but it is their Christ-like actions that will help show whether they truly are a follower of
Non-Discrimination: Loving all the Kids
The city of Fishers, Indiana is getting a lot of attention on the topic of discrimination. There is push back on changing the discrimination policy of the local school district to include explicit wording to call out non-discrimination towards gender identity and sexual orientation with specific wording to identify “LGBTQ”
The thought for the day is Proverbs 3:5, which states, “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;”
Getting Site Rolling…
Working on testing and setting up a new site. Stay tune as we toss the furniture around and figure out a theme that works. It shouldn’t take long, but you never know. We’re working on it!