Knowing God

The Effects of Knowing God

  Do you know God? In some form or fashion, everyone "knows" God...The atheist knows God as a figment of the delusional Christian imagination. God is just as mythological to the atheist as unicorns or pygmy puffs. Those who believe in such things are weak, needing some sort of crutch. Someday, that same atheist will… Continue reading The Effects of Knowing God

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Christian Living · Fear · Trust

7 Ways to Be Properly Worried

Got a sinking feeling? Pesky premonitions? Just a little nervous? That's nothing! Here are seven sure-fire tips to fuel that anxiety. Dwell on Your Fears Worried about the state of the country? Read more news. Join one of those activist movements and meet up with fellow disgruntled souls so you can gripe and grouse together. Listen to your favorite political news… Continue reading 7 Ways to Be Properly Worried

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Got Writer’s Block? These 7 Tips Will Help.

I'm writing this piece because I have writer's block. Seriously. Well... I'm also teaching my kids how to write, so this has been crowding up my brain lately. "My paper is due tomorrow!" "I have a sermon to preach!" "I don't know how to give this presentation!" "I haven't posted for a week! What should I… Continue reading Got Writer’s Block? These 7 Tips Will Help.

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To Boycott or Not to Boycott…

About a week ago, the internet exploded as Bill Condon, director of Beauty and the Beast, alluded to an "openly gay moment" in the upcoming film. Social media spiraled into a frenzy. An Alabama theater refused to show the movie. Conservative groups screamed for a boycott. "Progressives" patted themselves jubilantly on the back. And me? I'm just sipping my… Continue reading To Boycott or Not to Boycott…

Christian Living · encouragement · Knowing God · Prayer · The Word of God

Do these words describe you?

"Am I joyful, patient, and faithful?" Hmmm. If I'm being honest with myself, those would be checked off on my report card under the "needs improvement" category.