Quick Quotes: 12 Quotes from “Reflections on the Psalms” by C.S. Lewis


Every Friday, I plan to share select quotes from a book I am either currently reading or have previously read. Few things have impacted my faith and life as much as reading has. This will be just one way I promote books and reading. These articles will be for the dedicated reader who loves to… More Quick Quotes: 12 Quotes from “Reflections on the Psalms” by C.S. Lewis

Morning Mashup 09/04


“In this World You Will Have Trouble”–Welcome to Rowan County – Albert Mohler with the best response to the Kim Davis jailing I’ve read so far. With social media on nonsense overload in reaction to Kim Davis’ arrest, it is refreshing to interact with an intelligent and sophisticated man such as Mohler. If you want to… More Morning Mashup 09/04

Throwback Thursday: Thomas Boston on the Supremacy of Scripture


In the catechism ministry I lead on Wednesday evenings, we just finished looking at questions and answers relating to the Word of God. The catechism I adapted from historic Reformed catechisms, such as the Westminster Shorter and Baptist Catechisms, is divided into six major sections. The first section deals with the Bible. Over the past… More Throwback Thursday: Thomas Boston on the Supremacy of Scripture

Morning Mashup 09/02


Kentucky Clerk Not Issuing Marriage Licenses – A Rowan County clerk has stood her ground and continues to refuse to issue marriage licenses. She is at war with her employer, the Kentucky state government. But Ryan Anderson shows there is a better way for protecting religious liberty rights of county clerks as well as civil rights… More Morning Mashup 09/02

The Sun Will Not Strike You: Reflections on Psalm 121:5-6


Through his death on the cross, Jesus rescued us by breaking the chains of sin. By faith in him, we are no longer slaves of sin, but sons of God. Because of Jesus, God is our keeper. He will never leave us or forsake us (Heb. 13:2). God will always have our backs and will never let us go (John 10:28).… More The Sun Will Not Strike You: Reflections on Psalm 121:5-6

Morning Mashup 08/31


Rubio Surges Among Evangelical Insiders – Young Rubio is a fan favorite among evangelical leaders. Now these are the evangelicals I want to identify with. Trump finds himself close to Hillary among this group. Ohio Bill Would Ban Abortion if Down Syndrome is the Reason – Ohio could soon pass a bill banning abortion if the reason is… More Morning Mashup 08/31

No Retreat, No Surrender: King Leonidas and King Jesus


When soldiers are backed into a corner during a battle they only have two options: (1) surrender or (2) stand. They can give up or they can stand their ground. In the movie 300, there are many scenes that demonstrate the tension between surrender and standing ground in war. But one scene in particular communicates this ever… More No Retreat, No Surrender: King Leonidas and King Jesus

Morning Mashup 08/28


IMB to Make Cuts – The International Mission Board (IMB) of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is planning to cut as many as 800 positions “for the sake of short-term financial responsibility and long-term stability.” Donald Trump Plans Meeting with “Evangelical Leaders” – I am seriously starting to wonder just how fluid the term “evangelical” actually is.… More Morning Mashup 08/28

Throwback Thursday: James Jordan on Fossils and Creationism


One of the hottest debates among Christians, particularly those in the scientific community is over the age of the earth. Both old-earth and young-earth views of creation can be argued from Scripture, primarily because the biblical witness is not entirely clear on questions of the age of the earth. There are certain indicators, but these… More Throwback Thursday: James Jordan on Fossils and Creationism