Religion

“‘Cause we’re all guilty of the same things. We think the thoughts whether or not we see them through.” – Relient K It’s disgusting how self-righteous we can be. As Relient K says “Sometimes we live for no one but ourselves.”

The church’s “liberal media” is the pulpit that preaches “easy believism”.  Christians do not fact check.  They just sit in the pews and swallow the devil’s propaganda.  We aren’t allowed to “test all things” because the Liberal Pulpit says it’s offensive.  We cannot tell someone thier theology is wrong.   We cannot

And for those who tend to keep silent about their beliefs or always seem to find a way to keep things “light and entertaining” while everyone else is defending what’s holy unto God, you are the reason this nation has become an abomination. As long as your life is not

“At 3:30 a.m., I awoke to a black room, so dark that my eyes could not see even one inch away, much less to the other side…I was in the darkest place I had been in perhaps for years…” – Jim Elliff Have you ever experienced anything like this before?

Once upon a time, two sinners were saved by the grace of God. Before that, they were raised with a heavy emphasis on good morality and rule-keeping, both in the home and the church denominations in which they were involved. Now, post-conversion, these two worlds collide. And they collide hard.

  I don’t bite my proverbial nails. Ever since I can remember, I’ve watched all major world events which are covered on the news through the lens of apocalyptic dispensationalism. It’s the only thing I knew until I became reformed.

You see all over the internet how adults want to stop younger people from bullying each other at school, while at the same time refusing to acknowledge that those who have fallen short of their standards are silently excluded from their lives. Let us not forget, that if you have

As a younger man, I was a disciple of A.A. for nearly two years.  During that time, I worked hard to complete the twelve steps and I even sponsored other alcoholics around me.  Simply put, it became my religion. I was captivated with their messages about an all accepting “higher

If you ever move to a small town like Denison, Texas you will be asked three questions, where did you move from, what brought you here, and where do you go to church?  The first two questions are normal icebreakers, but the last question gives a little more insight on