Defending Your Faith: Why it’s Important

The Christian faith is not a blind faith. It is based on the testimony of Jesus Christ. It's meant to carry us through, to help us weather the great storms of life, to strengthen our reliance on God. Does your faith do that? Can it be stronger? Are there ways to strengthen it? In this … Continue reading Defending Your Faith: Why it’s Important

Hold Fast the Faithful Word: Studies in Titus

"Holding fast the faithful word" is an exhortation we don't hear much in Christendom anymore. Popular culture has more effect on society's view of Christianity than the Bible does. But the Word of God is the Christian's plumb-line, the carpenter's square, the point of reference to measure and evaluate our lives and our world. Without … Continue reading Hold Fast the Faithful Word: Studies in Titus

Protecting Our Liberty & Inalienable Rights: Part II

The power of our government is in the people.  We would do well to educate our friends, family, and neighbors—instead of politicians who pay lip service to our pleas—so they might become informed voters, not cult of personality voters.  We must also dismiss this ridiculous notion that exercising our morality against the conventional political wisdom … Continue reading Protecting Our Liberty & Inalienable Rights: Part II

Taxes, Budgets, & Free Markets: The Bible Speaks

When it comes to fairness and ethics in the 21st century, people have different ideas about what is right and moral.  This disagreement–or difference in the application of morality–is the foundation, I believe, for engaging in the serious discussion of fiscal policy and the divide between government and Middle America.  In our post-modern world, where … Continue reading Taxes, Budgets, & Free Markets: The Bible Speaks