Today, in the United States, it’s Labor Day . . . a day when we celebrate work by taking a day off! In honor of this ironic tradition, I thought I would offer a brief post, sharing a few tips for honoring God and sharing the Gospel at the workplace.
Honor God with your work!
Okay, let’s get this out of the way first. If you’re not honoring God with your work ethic, your verbal testimony will have little impact. It’s self-defeating to call people to turn to the Lord in repentance and faith, if in doing so you’re stealing from your employer by not doing what you’re being paid for.… Continue reading
As the end of summer of 2014 draws near, it will undoubtedly be remembered as a particularly unique one. One organization, rose above all the rest thanks to the profit generated from social media and a faddish promo stunt – the Ice Bucket Challenge. Its popularity exploded, largely beginning with June 30th, when the Morning Drive on the Golf Channel had a televised on-air Ice Bucket Challenge. Even presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton participated in the event, and though President Obama was challenged, he declined, and opted to donate to the organization instead. The rest is history though, and while there are many minor variants, the gist of it is this:
Get challenged to the Ice Bucket Challenge and you have two options.… Continue reading
As I pointed out in my last post, the subject of evangelism has been on my mind as of late. Therefore, I am taking the opportunity to reacquaint myself with some of the resources on this topic which find a home in my own personal library. Furthermore, I am being encouraged in this endeavour by the opportunity being a contributor to this site brings by allowing me to share insight into these resources. So my post today will continue in this vein by presenting the book Evangelism; How to Share the Gospel Faithfully. This particular review may be a bit different than most you have read because I am going to primarily share with you how my own thinking has been affected by reading this book.… Continue reading
Do you currently find yourself or a close friend in the vice grip of sin? Whether that be bitterness, pornography, laziness, deceit, or worry, we were reminded last week from Scripture and Christian history that any Christian can experience a sudden or gradual fall from a repentant, spirit-filled walk with Christ and have a hard time recovering. Many genuine Christians in churches today experience no meaningful usefulness to God’s people and are crippled by their sin.
If this state of mind and heart describes you or someone you know, the important question to answer then is how to “get back up?”
I can verify from personal experience that there are many wrong ways to view and deal with sin.… Continue reading
An overview of my past in Pentecostalism will help shed some light on why I believe examination according to Scripture is vital. As a young boy, I was eager for the things of God but a part of a pentecostal denomination.
We did not do as the Scripture commands all believers to do, test everything, examine everything, scrutinize anything that is deemed spiritual in light of God’s word, not feelings (1 Thess. 5:24). I say this to convey the dependence some may have had on those who were responsible for your spiritual welfare, and if they felt that this was a necessary part of your spiritual growth, who are you to contend against it?… Continue reading