Never Too Old to Bake a Blessing: the story of Grandma Muffin

We all tend to think bigger is better. There is a drive to get more followers on social media, more friends, a larger influence, etc. But what if that’s not really God’s way but the world’s way? What if people just let go of trying to one-up each other all the time and just […]

By |October 16th, 2016|blog, Live Divinely|2 Comments

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

I Feel Safer When Women Use Women’s Public Restrooms — don’t my feelings count, too?

Transgendered people have stated they feel safe and more comfortable using the bathroom of the gender with which they identify. However, to demand to use public restrooms or other facilities of the opposite sex can potentially hurt others. This is where we should draw the line. If the transgendered community wants to dress differently that choice […]

By |April 26th, 2016|blog|0 Comments

Killing “Simply for the Novelty of It…”

Details of the horrific murder of Nicole, a 13-year old Virginia girl, are being revealed to the public in the slaying of this innocent child. Two college-aged teens are responsible. The 18-year-old boy probably enticed this gullible girl into an inappropriate relationship with him, and she was going to expose it. Reports say that the […]

By |February 8th, 2016|blog|0 Comments

3 Primary Reasons Youth Leave the Church—what we can do about it

The Mosaics (or Millennial generation) feel a huge disconnect from today’s traditional church. Three primary reasons why this is happening, according to some surveys, are: access, alienation and authority.[1]

 1) Access: unlimited access to other worldviews—because of the Internet, technology is fueling the rapid pace of change, and a disconnection between the past and the […]

By |January 22nd, 2016|blog|0 Comments