Taking Off the Blinders It has been a hectic and wild ride for those whose minds and lives have been impacted by the major shifts to our public policies of late. I have found that the most interesting part of the rhetoric and the outcry has been a very weird mix of Patriotism and Christianity.
Pressing past our current vision. Pastor Chris encourages us from Galatians 6:9 to continue to pursue the things of God regardless of the season or circumstance. There is always
Pastor Chris shares on some of the common questions that he has received during a time of mourning after the death of a local high school student. First is the question of what could I have done to prevent this, and the second is why would God allow this to happen. Looking at death, the
God’s Perspective I was recently traveling across the country and as I sat some however-many thousand feet (I confess I never pay attention to the notifications) I am reminded of the magnitude of God. I had been reading the latest book that is on the top of my “must-reads” that are given to me often,
Pastor Chris talks about displacing the orphan spirit and becoming a son of God. Pastor Chris takes a look at one of the ways to become mature in Christ is by having fathers and mothers in the faith that we allow to pour into our lives.
Pastor Chris talks about allowing the Holy Spirit to enter into the space between our emotions and our actions. Allowing the Holy Spirit room to shape us, ultimately gives us the ability to become more like Christ every day.