Yes, God is still for His Children.

For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. Romans 8:18, ESV. This is what the Apostle Paul immediately confesses after rejoicing over the magnificent claim that to be in Christ is to also be a blessed child of God, … Continue reading Yes, God is still for His Children.

The Image of God Reflected in the Mission of God.

This article is a guest post contributed by Ethan Maness. Ethan is currently working towards pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering. Currently he is part of a student group that meets weekly to discuss an expositional study of Romans and converse over theological doctrines, which inspired the following article. Enjoy this great piece! Over the … Continue reading The Image of God Reflected in the Mission of God.

The Impeachment trial, Jay Sekulow, and The Resurrected Christ.

Let me preface this article with a statement: If you're looking for a political argument then you are reading the wrong blog. I am neither qualified nor willing to take part in the mud slinging that we call 'modern politics.' I simply am using the impeachment trial as an illustration because... well, I simply love … Continue reading The Impeachment trial, Jay Sekulow, and The Resurrected Christ.

Why do people who can dunk choose not to?

I've been watching a lot of high school basketball recently. I have seen some ridiculous shots this year. I watched, with my own eyes, one player lob the ball at the halftime buzzer from the opposing foul line and actually make it. To make it even more ridiculous, if possible, the ball also passed through … Continue reading Why do people who can dunk choose not to?