In recent credit card commercials, the question has been asked, “What’s in your wallet?” Well my friends, today I would like to ask you a question, “Who’s in your boat?” Or better yet, “In whose boat are you found?” Matthew tells us of an encounter he and his eleven friends had with their Lord. Let’s … More In Whose Boat are You Found?
Eric Metaxas, in his book, Seven Men and the Secret of their Greatness, spends a chapter focusing on Dietrich Bonhoeffer. He presents one of Bonhoeffer’s foundational beliefs: If one is unprepared to live out what one claims to believe, perhaps one doesn’t believe what one claims after all. There should be a perfect correspondence between … More I Hate My Duplicity
This morning, on FOX and Friends, an atheist was being interviewed. He was part of a movement encouraging people to skip Christmas. Well, during the conversation he said something chilling, “The best way to make someone an atheist is to have them read the Bible.” I thought to myself, “Is he talking about the same book … More I Won The Lottery And Didn’t Even Play