At this point in time, it’s not exactly a secret that Christians, especially young adults and families, are leaving the church in droves. This seems to be a problem unique to the western world, specifically in America. The question we’re all trying to answer is: why? America is still a majority Christian country (http://www.pewforum.org/religious-landscape-study/). Americans are still interested in spirituality (http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/01/21/americans-spirituality/). Americans still enjoy the … Continue reading So. Christians are leaving the church.
When you think of someone that is self-centered, what type of person comes to mind? Perhaps you imagine a powerful business man who will do anything to move his way up in a company. He doesn’t care who he hurts or who gets squashed under his giant feet, he just wants to take care of #1. Perhaps you imagine a woman who is vapid and … Continue reading The Many Faces of Self-Centeredness
Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. – 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 Stress: it’s a world we all know far too well. A variety of factors can bring about stress such as school, work, finances, current events, health, and relationships. Truthfully, I don’t have all the answers. As a Christian, naturally, I would adhere … Continue reading Giving Thanks When We’re Stressed
Follow the link https://christiansinmotion.podbean.com/e/ep-8-death-fall-psl/ Continue reading Podcast Ep 8 – Death, Fall, and PSL
Every afternoon, around 4 o’clock, my youngest daughter and I go outside to wait for my oldest daughter’s school bus. One day, as Quinn and I were waiting, a young man came walking down the sidewalk. An ear to ear grin came across Quinn’s face and she gave him a cheerful wave. He saw her, rolled his eyes, didn’t wave, and kept walking. I’m not … Continue reading Why didn’t you wave to my daughter?