Monthly Archives: December 2014

21 Things Every Christian Teen Should Do Before High School Grad

High school students: listen up! You are growing up in a world that expects very little of you and sadly does not challenge you very much to pursue personal growth. You are living in an entertainment culture (think movies, youtube, social media, video games etc.) that does almost nothing to help you develop skills, habits, […]

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A Response to “The Continued Crucifying of Rob Bell”

Up until now I have stayed almost completely silent, at least in a public sense, about Rob Bell and any of the controversy surrounding him. He’s certainly been a figure that has garnered a fair share of debate, praise, and ire. I’ve tried to follow it all from a distance, as best I can. I […]

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God Watches You Browse “Incognito”

The first time I ever used the internet browser “Chrome” was when I first got my iPad. I clicked open the app to use the internet and noticed the option to open a “New Incognito Tab”. I had no idea what that meant, so I clicked on it, and this message came up: You’ve gone […]

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The Gospel is an Offense

Galatians 5:11 calls the gospel “the offense of the cross”. The message of Jesus – that he is God in the flesh, died for sin, rose from death, and will come again to judge the living and the dead – is one that some people will celebrate with joy and others will despise with the […]

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