Have you ever asked yourself “Who is Jesus?”, and not just in passing or in general but with the intent of really determining what it is you believe about him one way or another? If you’re a Christian reading this article then I can only assume that you have and that you have come to … Continue reading Who is Jesus, and Why does it Matter?
Death. The end. The finale. It’s a really bleak topic but it’s something we will all face. Recently, I’ve had a few people that are quite close to me bring up this topic of death in one form or another. Some of them have experienced it firsthand, some of us have yet to. I personally … Continue reading Death
In recent weeks I’ve been doing some preparation for my next semester of bible college. As part of getting prepared to get back into the swing of studying I’ve been looking into topics that relate to some of my units. One that is really interesting for me at the moment is my preaching unit. I’ve … Continue reading The Self-Help Gospel
It’s not often you hear a story about a bunch of social elites throwing away everything to pursue a life of devotion to spreading the Gospel. But that’s exactly what the Cambridge Seven did. I was inspired to reading about these men when it was mentioned a few times. The first time was at the … Continue reading The Cambridge Seven – Book Review
Episode 407 of “The Art of Manliness” podcast, titled “How to Overcome Nice Guy Syndrome”, was recently released. In this episode, Brett McKay (founder of http://www.artofmanliness.com) interviewed Dr Aziz Gazipura. Aziz is a psychologist, the founder of the Social Confidence Centre, and the author of the new book “not nice”. The idea of Dr Gazipura’s … Continue reading Nice Christians Aren’t Strong Christians, Strong Christians Aren’t Nice Christians.
A reflection of who was, is, and is to come in the midst of what has, is, and is to come.
Over the past few weeks I've been working in some areas that are a little rough. Your lower socioeconomic and less affluent sort areas where you would probably lock your car doors and drive past a little faster than usual. While I didn't have the most glamorous upbringing, my parents were there for me and … Continue reading Jesus didn’t die so we could have a comfortable life