From Condemnation To Compassion

Deciding to write a piece that mentions the word abortion about 20x has taken me through the gamut of deep breath-taking, some hand shaking and the willingness to expose my limits of expertise; while praying for discernment and courage, with levels of trepidation. It is likely the most polarizing issue in the…

The Podcast is Back with Season 2 Feb. 4th

Back on the Scene You’ve probably noticed that the Misfits Theology Podcast has been on radio silence for the last several weeks and if you haven’t noticed, you should probably follow us! We have been taking a break on-air to do some off-air work to really make this next season…

The Widow’s Mite

In the passage that comes before this one, Mark talked about a scribe who had asked Jesus about the greatest commandment, and was impressed with Jesus’ answer. Jesus was also pleased. He told the scribe he was very close to entering the kingdom of heaven. With such a warm endorsement from…

The Bible Alone is Not the Word of God

I can already hear the accusations of heresy. Let me clarify; the Bible, by itself, interpreted by yourself, is NOT the word of God. Listen, if you’re a believer you are part of the body of Christ which is his church. Therefore, the Spirit of God lives in you. Let…

The Truth, the whole truth, nothing but the Truth!

The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth; so help me God! In every Courtroom in America is Bible! We come before the judge and swear an oath about truth that unless one knows how to practice the art of truthfulness; this becomes a mere affidavit of non-manipulation.…

Render Unto Caesar

Give to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s. MARK 12:17 (NIV) Money does have its proper place. Yet, first century Christians continued to struggle and wrestle with this very difficult issue, so both Peter and Paul helped them by explaining Jesus’ teaching. Peter…

Lonely

“The worst part of holding the memories is not the pain. It’s the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared.” THE GIVER, LOIS LOWRY “See ya later, Pete!” he called across the cubicles, grabbing his things before heading out into the afternoon. It was early—the half-shift over, time for the…

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