Lauren Daigle, Rachel Hollis, and a whole slew of Christian celebrities use familiar Christian language and appeal to not only popular Christian culture, but secular culture as well. But is their message the message of biblical Christianity? Or is it something different?
There is coming a time when professing believers will either jump ship or bind themselves to the hull, come what may.
Is this statement compatible with a Christian worldview and the Great Commission? How should Christians think through the current "border crisis" and immigration reform?
From the "gay gene," battle to the plethora of psychosomatic theories... the war for or against an innate gay "nature" has been waged from both sides of the issue. I'm not really sure of how this specific battle began or who threw the first punch, but whoever did, they declared war on the wrong idea.
One Christian speaker has said, "we will do anything short of sin to reach people who don't know Christ. To reach people no one is reaching, we'll have to do things no one is doing." Problem: We've had the same method for 2,000 years, "Preach the Word," (2 Tim. 4:2).
Don't get me wrong, I love Christmas. I love the sounds of Christmas, the smells of Christmas, and the entire season altogether. In my opinion, there's not a better, more joyful time of year than the month leading up to Christmas. On the secular side, I love spiced cider, hot chocolate, gingerbread, cookies, REAL Christmas trees, … Continue reading War of the Holiday Wor(l)ds: Why It’s OK to Say, “Happy Holidays”