Good News! – What is the Story of the Gospel?

Gospel Celebration God Jesus Sin Forgiven

Hi, I just wanted to provide you guys with the most basic form of the gospel, told in a story format. I hope this proves to be a great evangelism tool (People love stories!) as well as provide some closure on the central storyline of the Bible. This is just a bare bones, dry skeleton … Continue reading Good News! – What is the Story of the Gospel?

What Daniel can teach us about Humility, Respect, and Being too exhausted for God

Daniel Book Bible Study Respect Humility Tap Out Exhausted Read Respect

Hey if anybody’s down to do a little extra reading and Bible study, I highly recommend the book of Daniel! I'm here to give a brief synopsis and a little bit of context to flesh it out, but I highly recommend going to read it right after! Daniel is one of my favorite OT prophets … Continue reading What Daniel can teach us about Humility, Respect, and Being too exhausted for God

The Case for Preaching Borrowed or Redundant Sermons

Borrowed Sermon Preached Body of Christ Redundant Repeated Again

I think that there's a huge pressure on pastors in America today to come up with a new thing for each sermon: for each sermon to be original, and drafted from the growing experience of the pastor. I respectfully disagree. What's wrong with preaching the same message if it still needs to be heard?  What's … Continue reading The Case for Preaching Borrowed or Redundant Sermons

God’s Radical Love (Even For His Enemies)

Hi, okay! Time to start another topic that I've been looking forward to getting into for a little bit! I have a couple things to share about the miraculousness of God's radical love, so stick around for a bit. This post should be a 10 minute read. Okay, let's start with our first aspect and … Continue reading God’s Radical Love (Even For His Enemies)

Myers Briggs – Intro to Cognitive Functions

Hey, so I wanted to kick off my first post with explaining a little bit of Cognitive theory.  The Myers-Briggs personality theory is one of my favorites - for understanding people and understanding yourself.  So, the way Myers-Briggs tests work is that they ask you questions related to 4 dichotomies - E or I, S … Continue reading Myers Briggs – Intro to Cognitive Functions