Christ has set us free for freedom. Therefore, stand firm and don’t submit to the bondage of slavery again. – Galatians 5:1 Sunday morning my “Practical Christianity” class enjoyed a great discussion around the topic of freedom – in the… Read More ›
We have the freedom to bear witness to the light, but we also have the freedom – and the responsibility – to hold our neighbor accountable (in love and in the spirit of Christ)
Think about the unequaled prize that liberty is, the impossible to overstate value and uniqueness of the rights we as Americans enjoy, and the incalculable cost of winning and maintaining such priceless freedoms! Every church in this country should be full to overflowing with grateful people!
the escalating cost associated with both higher education and fundamental healthcare has placed the United States in danger of becoming a nation where the idea of equality comes with an increasingly lengthy disclaimer.
In an ironical twist, we tend to be the most free when we love God, follow Jesus, and live for others.
Freedom is fundamental to Christianity, and acknowledging the relationship of this freedom we enjoy to faith in God is critical if we are going to live our freedom to the full.
I believe that the impetus of liberty and the momentum of freedom outweigh and outclass any momentary leaning toward cynicism and doubt
This freedom we have to worship openly, and to practice our faith without fear, has come at such great cost – how could we do anything other than celebrate and give thanks?”
If the 2016 presidential election landscape really is the dystopian novel it reads like, then when was the apocalypse?
In many respects, I believe this is an apocalypse. When we become more interested in being right than in helping one another work toward life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, then our precious “rightness” is destined to lead this country that much farther away from our roots as a free people, and into the dangerous orbit of a dystopian future.