Sometimes, as Christians, we can get pretty caught up in the “thou shalt nots.” Sure, we probably know we . . . shouldn’t lie. shouldn’t covet. shouldn’t date non-Christians. We probably even know some of the “shoulds” that matter to
You’ve seen the movies. A deadly virus is spreading across the globe. Many have already died. Fear is palpable. But one team of doctors or scientists or brave average citizens decides to do what it takes to find a cure.
In the ten years I’ve known Jesus, I’ve talked a lot about Him—with strangers, friends, family, and everyone in between. But if there was a book called How Not To Talk About Jesus, I’d probably qualify for making just about every evangelism error in there.
It was a hot, Texas summer day, and I was headed to Starbucks to get an iced vanilla latte. Right as I pulled up to the speaker to order my drink it happened . . . the Holy Spirit started convicting my heart.
Have you ever wondered why you wear clothes? They can be cumbersome, and it’s often just plain stressful finding the right outfit. So why do you even bother with them? When you understand the original purpose for clothing, it totally changes everything.
If you’re lucky, you’ve got a few more lazy days of summer left, but it won’t be long before nothing-to-do turns into how-will-I get-it-all-done. As you look ahead to the new school year, you need to know about the Rule of Three.