The Christian life isn’t ‘safe’. And that’s a good thing. Here’s why.
Sorry for the few posts – I’ve been mad busy these past couple weeks. I’ll try to be more frequent.
God’s been teaching me that one of the scariest things about sin is that it’s so easy to fall into it. I’ll elaborate a bit further.
God’s been teaching me, recently, about His unconditional love, grace and blessing, and also the sheer joy of repentance.
Two days ago – Saturday, August 9th – an 18-year old black man, Michael Brown, was shot and killed. In many ways, it’s the same old story, and as a black man myself, I wanted to write about it. This is a long post, but it has to be, given the subject matter.
This is probably the most important post I’ll ever make. It’s about the holocaust happening against Christians in Iraq right now.
I’m at a place where I don’t have access to the Internet, but right now I happen to be at a library. So I decided to post – on a minor note, to let you know I’m still alive, and secondly and vastly more importantly, to talk about why it’s vitally important – I’d say centrally important – in our lives that we make time for Jesus on a regular and continuing basis.
Hi! Announcement of a brand new blog series here.