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God’s presence is more than enough

Whether it was two days, a month, or a longer time, that the cloud continued over the tabernacle, abiding there, the people of Israel remained in camp and did not set out, but when it lifted they set out.  At the command of the… Continue Reading “God’s presence is more than enough”

Does jesus really want us to get the vaccine?

According to Franklin Graham, Curtis Chang, and a seemingly growing number of “evangelical” leaders, Jesus would want people to take the vaccine.  But how do they know that, and where do they get that from Scripture? In an interview with CBS News (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/evangelical-church-covid-19-pandemic-vaccine-skeptics/?intcid=CNM-00-10abd1h), Franklin… Continue Reading “Does jesus really want us to get the vaccine?”

A world on fire

I’m not a firefighter, at least not professionally, but what I do know is that when there is a fire that needs to be extinguished it’s best to use water, not gasoline.  What I’m observing in our culture is a world on fire that… Continue Reading “A world on fire”

LIving a life of undaunted courage

How do you live with undaunted courageous faith in a world that is quickly unraveling? What happens when your world is turned upside down and you find yourself in the midst of “Babylon,” a pagan culture that does not worship the one true God? … Continue Reading “LIving a life of undaunted courage”

FINDING CALM IN THE MIDST OF CHAOS

What do you do when you feel like everything around you, and in you, is chaos?  How do you find calm in the midst of it all?  On today’s episode of Crossroads & Culture, we talk about the answer to those questions, and the… Continue Reading “FINDING CALM IN THE MIDST OF CHAOS”

The seven statements of christ from the cross (Pt. 7): Father, into your hands i commit my spirit

In Jesus’s final statement from the cross before He breathed His last breath, He showed us what it looks like to trust God even in life’s darkest moments.  Just as Jesus fully trusted God the Father, we too can trust Him with our life.… Continue Reading “The seven statements of christ from the cross (Pt. 7): Father, into your hands i commit my spirit”

The seven statements of Christ from the cross (Pt. 6): It Is finished

When Jesus said, “It is finished!” He was making a declaration that points to something much greater than the completion of the brutal agony He experienced on the cross. Everything that needed to be done in order to reconcile us to God was accomplished.… Continue Reading “The seven statements of Christ from the cross (Pt. 6): It Is finished”

The seven statements of christ from the cross (Pt. 5): I thirst

When Jesus made the statement, “I thirst,” while He was on the cross, He wasn’t just referring to physical thirst.  As we see in this episode of Crossroads & Culture, Jesus’s statement fulfilled what was prophesied, as well as revealed His thirst for something… Continue Reading “The seven statements of christ from the cross (Pt. 5): I thirst”

The seven statements of christ from the cross (Pt.4): My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?

When Jesus was on the cross, did God the Father really forsake Him, or did Jesus just feel as though He had been forsaken? In this episode of Crossroads & Culture, I answer this question, as well as discuss its significance and implications.

The Seven Statements of Christ from the cross (pt. 3): “Woman, Behold Your son”

As Jesus was on the cross, He made seven statements that are as significant for us today as they were on that Friday He was crucified. In this episode of Crossroads & Culture, we look at the third statement Jesus made, ‘Woman, behold, your… Continue Reading “The Seven Statements of Christ from the cross (pt. 3): “Woman, Behold Your son””

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