Does It Matter Who Won the Election?

I think the only true way to answer that question is with a firm, solid, and decisive answer: it depends. I know that’s a weasel answer, but it’s not really the incorrect one. Every four years (two if you’re a mid-term politics junkie), Believers should struggle with this question in a very significant way. And be clear, I am talking […]

Why Are So Many Christians Ignorant?

Why are so many Christians Ignorant? If you’re thinking that the title is a little “click-baity”… well, I will confess there is a certain element of truth to that statement. But it’s a very small element. God saved me when I was 20 years old, and I have been a Believer now for 35 years. I am within shouting distance […]

Christians and Politics: The First Question Every Believer Should Ask Before Entering The Voting Booth

Christians and Politics The First Question Every Believer Should Ask Before Entering The Voting Booth We are once again fast approaching that time where we get to actively participate in the “Grand Experiment”, a term attributed to Alexis de Tocqueville (though he almost certainly did not use that phrase at all), which describes the implementation of the principles of democracy […]

Why Did Jesus Compare Himself to a Metal Snake?

Why Did Jesus Compare Himself to a Metal Snake? John 3:14-15 In just a couple of weeks, we here at Growth Project will release our second book. The first one we published was called The Marriage Pyramid and focused on what it means to have the marriage God intends for us to have. This upcoming book is a bit different. […]

Social Justice: Part 3

Social Justice: Maybe let’s try the Biblical way? Part Three Let’s get right to this extraordinary letter. As I stated earlier, Paul’s letter to Philemon is clearly the most unusual of the Pauline letters. Though it is one of four of Paul’s letters addressed to an individual (1&2 Timothy and Titus being the others), this document does not overtly expound […]

Social Justice: Part 2

Social Justice: Maybe let’s try the Biblical way? Part Two Last week, we went into some of the foundational elements related to a Christian’s adherence to the secular construct known as social justice. So that we do not have to cover that same ground twice, I recommend that you go back and read why Believers should not engage in any […]

Social Justice: Maybe Let’s Try The Biblical Way?

Social Justice: Maybe let’s try the Biblical way? Part One There are a lot of Christians out there who wonder about our role in the various cultural issues that impact our society. The term most often used to describe the paradigm that is in place to fight these societal battles is “social justice”. This is, in some ways, a very […]

Grace in the Old Testament

Grace in the Old Testament: God expelled Adam and Eve from the Garden… and He wasn’t punishing them? I know most Believers are not lining up around the block to read many books of the Old Testament. But, to be honest, they should be. It is interesting to note that so many Christians are very familiar with many books of […]

Is God Really Sovereign?

The very short answer to this question is an unqualified “yes”. If God is not sovereign over all things, then He is not God. It is really as simple as that. But I do understand the question, especially in light of what is currently happening around the world. A virus that strikes indiscriminately, without regard to gender, age, socio-economic status, […]

Is Sin Really That Big A Deal: Part Two

Is Sin Really That Big A Deal? Part Two If you have not read the first part of this two-part blog series, I sincerely suggest you do so before diving into this one. There are some foundational elements included in the first post that help to grasp the totality of what we are talking about in this one. So please, […]

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