We have the ability to share the presence of God with others and to impart the comfort God provides.
God repeatedly uses his people not to glorify themselves or to give some advantage to others, but to glorify God.
There are some crazy competitions out there, like pumpkin sailing and outhouse racing. See this article for more ridiculous competitions
Temptation is everywhere! It can be easy to succumb, but there’s a lesson to be learned from this humorous sketch from the TV show Portlandia.
Things like natural disasters and disease are evidence of the fallenness of all of creation.
In the Netflix show Stranger Things (Season 2, Episode 3), Dustin finds a strange little creature in his trash can.
We need to learn that the law was never intended to function as a standard that we can actually meet
In the 1970s, psychologist Walter Mischel conducted an experiment where he gave a group of children the choice to either eat a cookie
Now Jesus, the perfect and final sacrifice, would die for the sins of all humanity in order to deliver all who believe from sin and death forever.
In this video clip, a man learns to ride a “backwards bicycle.” This learned habit makes it difficult for him to later ride a regular bicycle.
“The recognition of sin is the beginning of salvation.”- Martin Luther
In an article for Her.meneutics, Megan Hill shares her experience getting to know older “church ladies,” who have persevered in the church through trials and frustrations.
Working as a waitress in Pennsylvania, a nursing student named Melissa received a tip that would change her life. While talking to a stranger about her financial troubles,
“If some form of bondage is in our lives, if some attitude seemingly can’t be shaken, if some character flaw apparently can’t be overcome,
A recent episode of the podcast Invisibilia covered a story of how one small Danish town responded to young Muslim men leaving to go join ISIS in Syria.
Lust is the fuel for pornography, now one of the biggest problems for churchgoing Christians. “Viewing pornography is not a stagnant sin. Sin begets more sin,
Giving in to one temptation can lead to an avalanche of more and more trouble. This video from CBS News shows one snowboarder’s bad decision
“‘Our findings indicate that in a society that emphasizes academic excellence… parents may set unrealistically high expectations on their children,’
A recent episode of the podcast Invisibilia covered how one small Danish town responded to young Muslim men leaving to join ISIS in Syria.
When you see sin in a blatant form it is easy to react. We can become sad, angry, confused, and display a variety of emotions. Deep down, we know that sin is wrong.