Imagine, for a moment, you opened up a business. You're all excited, advertising, showcasing, and you start generating some interest. People come into your store. All they are required to do is spend $5.00. That's it. Just $5.00. That first day, people wander in and out and no one makes a purchase. Now, let's just … Continue reading Website Announcement – Your Donations do matter
One of the things we do not consider is the review mirror effect of looking back on our lives. Going through some of my previous writings, and musings, I found this. Originally written in January of 2014. I happened to attend a MARS Hill Church in Shoreline, Washington. The sermon finished up a series based off the book … Continue reading Seeking transformation toward a more enduring authentic Christian life
Within the cultivation of an authentic Christian lifestyle, there is a sacred religious piety that evolves within the individual. This piety is not fulfilling any type of rote of religious practice. Piety is the hallmark of one's reverence toward that which is sacred and holy. There is genuine piety in a person's relationship with a … Continue reading Religious pretense and it’s harm on Christian Authenticity
Personal Sermon Notes from August 10, 2014 As Jesus went on from there, he saw a man named Matthew sitting at the tax collector’s booth. “Follow me,” he told him, and Matthew got up and followed him. ~ Matthew 9:9 NIV ~ People are always seeking after something in order to find fulfillment in their … Continue reading “Come Follow me” – The Call of Christ
When we set our foot on the path of righteousness, when we set our eyes on the Savior and redeemer – Jesus the Christ – and when we comply in fulfilling our priesthood duties, we inevitably strive to become a righteous man. Not a man that meets the standards of the world today, but a … Continue reading What manner of men ought ye to be?