The Myth of the Lukewarm Christian

The Myth of the Lukewarm Christian by Eric M. Pazdziora here’s this sermon I’ve heard a few dozen times. You’ve probably heard it too. It goes like this. Some Christians are really passionate and sold out for the Lord. They do great things. They live ri­ghteously. They don’t do anything that could be considered worldly. […]

Who is Your God?

Who is Your God? by Hillary McFarland “I'm okay with Jesus. It's God I'm not too sure about.” or many daughters of patriarchy, God is an imposing figure. Why wouldn't He be? His name is the one attached to doctrines of men. He is the why behind many destructive religious lifestyle choices. From the earliest […]

When the Formula Fails, Part One | Guest Post

October 13, 2010 When the Formula Fails, Part One | Guest Post by David Orrison Imagine yourself in a tunnel facing a wall that appears to seal off the tunnel. Your goal is to get through the tunnel to the other side but the wall is in your way. Fortunately, you have learned that the […]

The Myth of the Lukewarm Christian

The Myth of the Lukewarm Christian by Eric M. Pazdziora here’s this sermon I’ve heard a few dozen times. You’ve probably heard it too. It goes like this. Some Christians are really passionate and sold out for the Lord. They do great things. They live ri­ghteously. They don’t do anything that could be considered worldly. […]

Garments of Salvation

Garments of Salvation By Eric M. Pazdziora “And why do you worry about clothes? See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of […]

The Myth of the Lukewarm Christian

The Myth of the Lukewarm Christian by Eric M. Pazdziora here’s this sermon I’ve heard a few dozen times. You’ve probably heard it too. It goes like this. Some Christians are really passionate and sold out for the Lord. They do great things. They live ri­ghteously. They don’t do anything that could be considered worldly. […]

When the Formula Fails, Part One | Guest Post

October 13, 2010 When the Formula Fails, Part One | Guest Post by David Orrison Imagine yourself in a tunnel facing a wall that appears to seal off the tunnel. Your goal is to get through the tunnel to the other side but the wall is in your way. Fortunately, you have learned that the […]

I Love Homeschooling, Quiverfull Families!

I Love Homeschooling, Quiverfull Families! by Hillary McFarland Happy Monday! I’d like to take a few moments to address a few issues that continue to appear despite my ever-growing list of FAQs and disclaimers (::understanding smile::). This post today is simply for the record . . . I love big families! (And small ones, too!) […]

Garments of Salvation

Garments of Salvation By Eric M. Pazdziora “And why do you worry about clothes? See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of […]

Garments of Salvation

Garments of Salvation By Eric M. Pazdziora “And why do you worry about clothes? See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of […]