But I Deserve It …

I heard a recent college graduate excitedly discussing his new car.  It wasn't just any car but a brand new fully loaded "dream car".  He went on to explain how expensive it was but that was okay because he deserved the car. After all he had spent 4 years getting good grades in college and … Continue reading But I Deserve It …

Apostles’ Creed

I believe in God, the Father Almighty, the Maker of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord: Who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried; He descended into hell. The third day He arose again from the … Continue reading Apostles’ Creed

GivMusic: Bluetree – God of this City

Recently, I have written about the need for Christians to be involved in matters of social justice. It is not enough to have good theology we must also put action to our beliefs.  I have decided to blog about groups I believe are doing this. GivMusic is partnering with Bluetree the release of their new … Continue reading GivMusic: Bluetree – God of this City


There has been a growing be debate in Baptist circles regarding Calvinism. There has been a lot of very vocal and not so kind opposition to Calvinism. Disputes and name calling is nothing new in Baptist circles. Baptists emerged from the Dissenters in England and we have been dissenting ever since.  It seems that Baptist … Continue reading Enough!

It is Both Not Either Or

The other day the Big Guy and I were discussing theology, which really isn't an uncommon occurrence.  The issue was social justice and how many Christians have dropped the ball on this one. One point that came up was that the more conservative groups tend to have a high regard for the authority of scripture and … Continue reading It is Both Not Either Or

Halloween or Reformation Day

Personally, Halloween has never been a big deal for me. My mom didn’t like the idea of children going house to house and begging for candy so the only trick-or-treating I did was at my grandparents or other relative’s houses. I’m not really into costumes or scary things either. On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther … Continue reading Halloween or Reformation Day