If you think indulgences are an ancient practice of the Catholic Church that have long been forgotten, you’re greatly mistaken.
Preaching the gospel of Jesus is a passion of mine and I love to preach it most to two categories of people: those who have not heard the gospel and those who want to hear the gospel!
Have you ever noticed that sometimes it can be easier to share the gospel with a stranger than to share it with a member of your family who knows you well?
I haven’t told many people this but about 13 years ago I saw Jesus in person and talked with him.
The peddlers of the prosperity gospel promise a short-cut to the joys of heaven that will bypass the trials of earthly life and deliver a near paradise on earth to the impatient Christian.
Did you know it’s possible to give up on the Gospel too early and be unaware of what you just did?
I have to admit there was a time in my life when Christina and I would walk through one of our favorite neighborhoods lined with turn of the century Victorian homes and Craftsmen style architecture.
The social gospel seeks to bring about change in society by applying Biblical principles to problems like poverty, hunger, and lack of education.
Have you ever been in a meeting when the preacher called people forward to get saved?
Maybe you’ve experienced the “With every head bowed and every eye closed,
Armed men in men in camouflage showed up in our city just a few days before our Easter holiday weekend.
“It could be demons” the lady told me, referring to her adult son, “But I don’t think so because he’s a really kind boy.”