Preach the Gospel to Yourself Every Day: Tyler's Perspective (Part 3)

Preach the Gospel to Yourself Everyday “Preach the Gospel.” It’s a phrase we hear all the time in Christian circles. We find it in church mission statements, Bible studies, Christian t-shirts. But how often do we put a lot of thought into what that phrase means? In a collaborative effort,…

The Sex of God

For most of human history, as anthropologists and archeologists can attest, women were revered as the Supreme Deity in many ancient civilizations. As primary caregivers and bearers of life, female deities were the natural choice for worship and reverence during the Neolithic and Paleolithic eras. When agriculture came about the…

A Matter of Transparency

“Is anyone among you suffering? Let him pray. Is anyone cheerful? Let him sing praise. Is anyone among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord. And the prayer of faith…

Scripture: A Catholic Primer

How are we to understand the Bible? I believe that this is one of the most important spiritual questions that a Christian can possibly ask. Jesus said that whoever follows him will not walk in darkness, but will have life’s light. I submit that this could not be true if…

Murder & Envy

Mankind is basically good. Yes, sure, we make mistakes, sometimes big ones, but deep down we’re all good people trying our best to live good lives. We have men who truly want to be good fathers, husbands, and neighbors. The women want to be good mothers, wives, and neighbors. We…

Top 5 Jewish Myths You Should Know

Mythologies can be found in every culture such as the Greeks, Hindus, Native Americans, etc. They are an integral part of explaining the identity and beliefs of a culture and its people. The Jewish people have similar myths such as the Exodus, Creation, and Flood accounts. These myths and stories…

Preach the Gospel to Yourself Every Day: Tyler’s Perspective (Part Two)

In my previous post, we took a look at the envelope and tried to come up with a working definition for “the Gospel.” Today we’re going to open up the envelope and take a look at the content of this Gospel. What exactly is this good news?

Dear Believer, I don’t believe the same things as you.

Before jumping into this post, let me first introduce myself. I find that people tend to be much kinder and softer with their words when they can put a face to a name. Or in this case, a face to the writer of the words. Hi! I’m Sabra. I’m a…

"The Bond of Peace"

“The “Bond of Peace” print symbolizes the encouragement given by Paul to the Ephesian church: “make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace.” Before we can see peace in our world, let us see peace among our brothers and sisters. This bond that…

Manoah and His Wife

Gabe and Darrian are writing their own series addressing questions surrounding women in ministry, so it feels like a good time for me to throw in my own observations, as I am, in fact, a woman in ministry. My philosophy on women in ministry has long been in development and…

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