There are times I think the word “skeptical” could define my generation. We, probably more than any other generation, have seen a height of corruption whether it be in government, churches, or economics. This can even be on the individual level as many have experienced parents walking out of their lives. Therefore we really have… Continue reading Why I Love Skeptics in Our Church
Jeremy Yeckley and I have been friends for years. In 2012 Jeremy and I came up with the idea of producing a regional (to Northeastern Pennsylvania) christian counseling conference. The first conference was at Cornerstone in 2013, and then Foundations Christian Counseling Services took it over in 2014. In the four years of the conference… Continue reading Dessert First: Creating Hearts of Gratitude
Like much of theology, one must study “the entire counsel of God” as we say. You cannot just cherry pick verses and think you can develop a theology. That being said, blogs aren’t long so they can’t to do that. This post, to some, might have a controversial beginning. But if you know me, controversy… Continue reading The Bible Isn’t True 100% of the Time: Is That Rebellious Child Your Fault?
There is a misconception about people who attend church. For some reason there can be a belief that people in the church have it all together in life. It can come from outside the church, or it can come from inside the church. You might think, “I’m the only one in this church that has… Continue reading Perfect Families and Unanswered Prayer