In America, we have aborted over 60 Million children since 1973 when Roe V. Wade became the law of the land. Proponents of abortion on-demand use four common arguments when faced with this tragic reality. In this article I want to discuss these four talking points and address each one individually. #1 The viability of … Continue reading 4 Common Pro-Choice Arguments That Defy Logic
Recently on Christian Headlines the following was reported: Answers in Genesis founder and president Ken Ham is calling Georgia pastor Andy Stanley a “false teacher” for comments Stanley made in a recent sermon on the connection between Christianity and the Old Testament. Ham’s comments on June 22 sparked a lively discussion on his social media … Continue reading Is Andy Stanley A False Teacher?
As you may know from reading my blog I helped launch a Safety and Security team at my home church a couple of years ago. Our church is by no means a large church, we average about 150 people per service on weekends. But since the launch of our team, we have had several incidents … Continue reading Does Your Church Need a Security Team?
Today I found an article online titled "An open letter to Christians who are against Homosexuality, from a Homosexual Christian". Obviously with a title like that I had to take a peek, what I discovered was a LONG list of justifications put forth by the writer for her sin. She signed the article Katie Breckenridge … Continue reading Rebuke: An Open Letter to Christians Who Are Against Homosexuality, From a Homosexual Christian
This article has been re-blogged with permission from The Wintery Knight. This article is very well written, well researched and presents a strong case in opposition to Gay Marriage, without using a theological framework. How many times have you heard, if you didn't use your Bible you couldn't give me one good reason homosexuals shouldn't … Continue reading A SECULAR CASE AGAINST GAY MARRIAGE
This post has been re-blogged from my friend Bruce's site over at Reasoned Cases For Christ. If you like this article, pay him a visit, his blog is a gold mine of Christian resources, with over 500 articles! Doctrine is a set of accepted beliefs held by a particular group. In Christianity, it is … Continue reading Why Is Sound Doctrine So Important?
For many years as a Christian I struggled with the same sins over and over. This bothered me a great deal, why couldn't I get past this? Why couldn't I stop!? God why won't you take this from me?? These are questions I asked myself repeatedly. When I looked to scripture there were countless warnings … Continue reading Breaking the Vicious Cycle of Sin
This is a collection of STFC articles and resources on Living a Life of Victory in Jesus Christ. More will be added here as they are written. You will always find a link to this article on the front page of the website. ARTICLES: Love Yourself As God Loves You What Is Your Secret Identity? … Continue reading Living a Life of Victory
This is a collection of STFC articles and resources on Foundations of Christian Beliefs. More will be added here as they are written. You will always find a link to this article on the front page of the website. ARTICLES: How Should I Pray? Does God Always Hear Our Prayers? Do Christians Need Church? Seeking … Continue reading Christian Foundations
This is a collection of STFC articles and resources on Atheism and Evolution. More will be added here as they are written. You will always find a link to this article on the front page of the website. ARTICLES: When Atheists Go Too Far Why Christians CANNOT Believe in Evolution Why Atheists Love To Play … Continue reading Atheism & Evolution
For the longest time, as an Atheist and then a Christian, I wondered why Humans were so helpless at birth and for so much longer than every other mammal on Earth. It made no sense at all when you could watch a deer for example being born and within an hour walking around, running within … Continue reading If Evolution is True, Why Are Human Babies So Helpless?
Recently one of my friends on WordPress has been writing about depression, and it got me thinking about my struggles over the years with this very common problem. There was never a time when I was diagnosed with it clinically, but then again I never asked anyone's opinion. As I look back at the last … Continue reading Do We Have to Live With Depression?