Courtroom or Hospital


Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!      Romans 3:23 and 6:23 point out an obvious problem in humans and its result. And once we have come into a deep and meaningful relationship with Jesus, we have been justified (made legally whole to be in God’s presence) and are in the process of sanctification (the process of becoming more and … Continue reading Courtroom or Hospital

Reposted: What is a True Christian? By Jeremy Walker


A Christian is someone who has obeyed the gracious command of Jesus Christ, “Look to me, and be saved, all you ends of the earth! For I am God, and there is no other” (Is 45.22). As one believing into Jesus, the individual who was once a lost and wandering sinner is made a new creation in Christ and a true disciple of the Lord: … Continue reading Reposted: What is a True Christian? By Jeremy Walker

The Emotional Christian


Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!    This is The Deposition by Caravaggio. As a Middle Ages artist, he knew the value of bringing an illiterate populace face to face with their crucified savior. The imagery is meant to evoke emotion. To make us feel the pain of loss of son, brother, friend, teacher, leader, messiah. After having lived a … Continue reading The Emotional Christian

The Call to Discipleship


Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!     February 14, 2016 We spend much focus on the point of conversion, with little thought on the thereafter. It’s like a bride and groom that plan out a wonderful wedding but haven’t considered what life together will truly look like. I believe that we are selling the gospel short, and we are practicing … Continue reading The Call to Discipleship

The Discipleship Program


Be sure to sign up for new blog posts via email!     February 14, 2016 “Discipleship is discipline. It’s tough to learn discipline on your own. You’re much more likely to learn it with the support of a group and a clear, measurable plan. Eventually you can remove some of the program scaffolding as you internalize the disciplines. Yet the brutal truth is that around … Continue reading The Discipleship Program