Christian example

What We Can Learn from Amos 5 for Today

What We Can Learn from Amos 5 for Today

For about a little more than a week now I’ve been reading through Amos for my morning devo with Jesus. Today I was reading through chapter 5 and I got hit with how some of the points in vv10-24 are similar of the Church’s past and applicable for the Church today.

A Biblical Response: Social Justice & the Christian

A Biblical Response: Social Justice & the Christian

A fellow brother, whom I once pastored, asked if I could “provide a biblical example(s) where the apostles/disciples stood up and spoke out against social injustices.” Below is my response. I wrote this with, any believer who may also want to know this, in my mind. May we hear God’s heart and all be edified.

Post Election: A Plea to the American Church

Post Election: A Plea to the American Church

The 2017 Presidential Election is over. But the fallout is not. So, allow me to be one of the biblically-reasonable voices in the sea of gloom, uncertainty, and hypocrisy.

Does God Approve of “Shacking Up”?

Does God Approve of “Shacking Up”?

I have had many conversations with many professing believers who have argued to me that God does not disapprove of “shacking up” (i.e. a couple living together like they are married without actually being married). Many professing believers may not even know how the Bible addresses this or if it even does or care if it does.

Political MMA among Christians, Say It Ain't So!

Political MMA among Christians, Say It Ain't So!

I have not been following this political season. And to be honest, I'm glad. From what I see on social media, politics have become another form of MMA. But, not surprisingly, believers are too in the political ring duking it out…but with other believers, like they forgot their identity.