Evangelicals & Resiliency

This will likely be one of those topics were good men and women of faith will agree to disagree. I am sharing my perspective. If you disagree, feel free to share yours. Let us reason together. What has happened to the American commitment ethic, which derives its grounding in the Judeo-Christian doctrine of perseverance and… Continue Reading

Evangelicals & Obedience

Even though the Holy Writ is explicitly clear most American Evangelicals romanticize the American Revolution. Though most claim to hold God’s revelation in high regard, they seemingly read a passage like Romans 13, and they fail to connect the dots. So, while the Holy Writ commands believers to obey the government, most Evangelicals have apparently… Continue Reading

Evangelicals & Vocation

Here is one of the great benefits of no longer actively working and essentially working for yourself. You see, a true believer understands they do not ever retire as God created us for meaningful enterprise. Please remember “work” is not a consequence of the Fall. God always intended for man, the pinnacle of His creation,… Continue Reading