Cold Case Christianity for Kids!

I just received my copy of Cold Case Christianity for Kids, a book written by one of my Biola professors, J. (Jim) Warner Wallace, who spent decades in a career as a Cold Case Detective. The “cold-case” detective skills are some of the most difficult to harness because guys like Jim have to solve […]

By |October 3rd, 2016|blog|0 Comments

Mass Shootings – the demons we don’t address

In Jesus’ ministry, He regularly cast out demons. It wasn’t considered “superstitious” – it was a reality. Today, many Christians regularly dismiss demons as something archaic, or only occurring in Jesus’ day. We’ve bought into naturalistic thinking that there must be some “biological disorder” in a person who does evil or crazy things.  The label most […]

By |November 4th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

The Hardest Thing About Being a Parent – Letting Go

When you first have children, everyone tells you that “they grow up so quickly,” and to enjoy the time. Holding a baby in your arms, after many sleepless nights and diaper changes,  you think to yourself, “Will this ever end?” And then somehow you find yourself sending your firstborn off to college, and those […]

By |September 16th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

If Everything is Allowed… is this good?

Freedom. We love it. We fight for it. We die for it. It is the best gift God has ever endowed upon humanity—free will. But is our free will truly free if we allow ourselves to do whatever we want? Let’s take a look at how this plays out culturally.

In the mindset of […]

By |August 30th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

Off to Africa—a timeless farewell moment

The foothills of Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, was our drive today as we travelled to say farewell to young woman heeding the call to serve God in Africa. It seemed fitting that our GPS took us the long route: through rolling hills of tall, green grasses, tree-lined country roads dotted with classic red barns filled with […]

By |August 9th, 2015|blog|0 Comments