people aren’t interested in having conversations with people that disagree with them and actually want to do something productive about it. People are interested in angering others to prove they are warriors for their cause or to get praise from those who agree with them, but they aren’t really interested in learning from those who disagree with them or even persuading their opponents.
Category: Food for Thought
Podcast: Christians and Politics
This week on the podcast, I want to talk about politics. I’ve never in my lifetime seen our nation so divided. Everything from the impeachment
How making marriage about love cleared a path for LGBTQ+
This view of marriage is a huge problem. The divorce rate in the US is a shameful 50% of marriages ending in divorce and that number doesn’t change much with Christians according to surveys (although those surveys made no inquiries to see how dedicated those Christians were in their faith). That means for every two marriages a day there is one divorce. This simply needs to change. We are in dire need of change to what marriage looks like in order to bring more healthy, lasting marriages that contribute to strong faithful relationships both in the marriage itself and outside.
That being said this idea that we should marry someone for love has frankly got to go.
Why the idea of ‘The One’ screws up your dating life and can screw up your married life.
If you’ve grown up in the ‘Disney era’ you have been encased in a culture that has told you there is one perfect person out
Two questions to help you know when you’ve found the person you should marry.
I am not an expert on marriage and dating. So, before you scroll down to find these two magical questions please read a couple disclaimers.
Christians and LGBTQ Issues 1: Introduction
Recently Chris Pratt was challenged by fellow actress Ellen Page as she believes he attends an anti-LGBTQ church. A few months ago famous worship leader