Posted by Kenny Turpen in Culture

The Laodiceans of Baseball

There was a pitching duel of Cy Young candidates, diving catches in the out field, even a home run. But despite all the spectacular plays taking place on the field, there was something missing.

Posted by Marcos Torres in Theology

Do You Qualify for Salvation? Part 3

God never leaves us the same. He never leaves us broken. He never leaves us enslaved. He never leaves us addicted. And while he doesn’t always deliver overnight, the promise of salvation is not only a new life in heaven but a new life here. A life that is characterized by radical love and other-centeredness.

Posted by Candice Torres in Life

What Motivates You?

It is still ingrained in my mind. “FAT. FAT. FAT. FAT.” Their voices literally echoed as they drove slowly beside me alongside the street as I walked home from school.

Posted by Steve Moor in Culture

Living in the Real World

In the real world, we have no guarantee we are right.  We do ourselves a disservice when we go into anything believing we have it all figured out and that we need to show everyone else how right we are.

Posted by Ruth Rivera in Life

Perfection and Purity II

Godly purity does not start on the sexual level; it starts on whether or not you choose Jesus; it starts on returning too much change to the cashier or telling the teacher that the grade she gave you was too high compared to what you really made. It starts in the little things which builds up to big things like sexuality.

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