by Randy Kosloski I have pastor friend who stutters. Every time he has to speak, in person or on the phone, with anyone, his struggle punches him… Read more “God’s Megaphone: Suffering”
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A Church Full of Prostitutes
The Merry Monk I’ve been thinking about prostitutes, the Church and Jesus lately – not necessarily in that order. There’s a story in the Bible about a… Read more “A Church Full of Prostitutes”
Relationships All out of Sequence
By Billy Lorne Through my teen years I was overweight, insecure and “somber,” as Mother would say. In my Bronx neighborhood, guys took pride in having sex… Read more “Relationships All out of Sequence”
Cornered By Grace
By Robert Beames Every individual wants to be free. It’s rare to find a person unwilling to risk a great deal to escape from harsh imprisonment. We… Read more “Cornered By Grace”
Good for the Soul?
By Thom Mollohan We’ve all heard the saying that “confession is good for the soul,” but just what does the Bible mean when it says to confess?… Read more “Good for the Soul?”
Youth Programs: From the Pit of Hell?
By Rob Beames After watching the documentary film “Divided,” produced by the National Center for Family Integrated Churches (NCFIC), all Christians should appreciate one point: Parents should… Read more “Youth Programs: From the Pit of Hell?”
Filling the Joy Void
By Will Dole “I don’t have faith in faith or hope in hope. I believe in God, I have faith in His truth.”-Alex Campbell. (Don’t recognize the… Read more “Filling the Joy Void”
Wretched under Pressure
By Randy Kosloski I am never as wretched as I am when I play sports. More than once I have physically hurt friends of mine in an… Read more “Wretched under Pressure”