For many Christians, Lent is a time of year when they focus on their relationship with God. This can mean different things for different people, but some common Lenten practices include giving up certain foods or bad habits, attending church more regularly, and spending more time in prayer or Bible study. If you’re new to […]Continue Reading
10 Gift Suggestions For Tent Making Christians 2020
Need a gift for the Tent Making Christian in your life? With Christmas fast approaching, I thought I would put together my 10 Gifts Suggestions For Tent Making Christians. One word of caution as you look through this list. If you are buying a book hoping your non-believing friend or relative will read it, you are […]Continue Reading
Should Christians Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
Should Christians celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? I think we’ve put out a response to just about every major holiday now. They may seem a bit redundant at times, but many people still have questions about certain holidays. And as our culture gets more secular in nature, devout Christians are rightly concerned that they not partake in celebrations that […]Continue Reading
Quick Challenge Answer: Should Christians Say “Happy Holidays?”
Businesses are not responsible for spreading the gospel or maintaining the integrity of Christmas. That’s our job as Christians.Continue Reading
Merry Christmas! Did It Meet Your Expectations?
Since the very beginning, Christmas has never met expectations. We see this theme going throughout the entire Bible. God subverts our expectations so much he makes Rian Johnson look like a wimp.Continue Reading
It’s Halloween. Should We Be Afraid?
Whether it’s horror films or scary decorations, so much of this season is built around fear. But doesn’t the Bible keep telling us to not fear?Continue Reading