When Christians Get Lost

This morning, I had the privilege of preaching at Bethel Grace Baptist Church. I preached on When Christians Get Lost and utilized a metaphor of a dark forest to help navigate three passages from 2 Timothy. The three heading of the sermon are the trees, the darkness, and the light. This is a sermon that … Continue reading When Christians Get Lost

Avoiding Misinformation on Social Media

Whether we realize it or not, we have all been misled on social media. These platforms serve us a steady diet of fake news, misleading content, and deep fakes, but where we are most susceptible is not where we would expect it. It is not the posts from people we consider opponents to our views … Continue reading Avoiding Misinformation on Social Media

The More the World Hates the Gospel, the More it Needs Us to Preach it

God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control. – 2 Timothy 1:7 It seems many professing Christians live in fear of the world’s disapproval. This fear not only appears to be true of many churchgoers, but it also seems true of many church leaders. This is one reason … Continue reading The More the World Hates the Gospel, the More it Needs Us to Preach it

Social Media is Rarely a Healthy Alternative to Fake News

I am often amazed by what people who decry fake news post on their social media feed. Often they complain about fake news with one breath and post more of it to their pages with the next. I get it; there is a lot of fake news out there. Mainstream media is not the bastion … Continue reading Social Media is Rarely a Healthy Alternative to Fake News

Breaking News From Heaven

Suffering for Jesus is still a blessed part of living for him. There has yet to be a promise from heaven that says living a godly life would be easy in a fallen world. We should still expect persecution, but scripture is still able to to equip us for every good work. Read full story … Continue reading Breaking News From Heaven

God is Faithful to His Promises (and Threats)

May the Lord grant him to find mercy from the Lord on that day. - 2 Timothy 1:18 There is a day coming that is so severe the Bible often refers to it simply as “that day.” It is so expected and so known, no other descriptors are necessary.  "It will be a day of … Continue reading God is Faithful to His Promises (and Threats)

Painting Sin with Virtue’s Colors

Satan knows that if he would present sin in its own nature and dress, the soul would rather fly from it than yield to it; and therefore he presents it unto us, not in its own proper colors, but painted and gilded over with the name and show of virtue, that we may the more … Continue reading Painting Sin with Virtue’s Colors

It Starts with a Stick – Children’s Book

One of the questions I often ponder is if creativity is part of the sanctification process. What I mean by that is, since Jesus is creative, as we grow to be more like him, will we grow to be more creative. We could ask the same question of our ability to reason, organize, manage money, … Continue reading It Starts with a Stick – Children’s Book

THE FIGHT OF FAITH

Below is the post I wrote in 2016 to launch this site. It was a dark time for me. I was struggling in new ways with my health, and I was unsure of what it was going to do to me going forward. Like a journal entry, I go back to read this post from … Continue reading THE FIGHT OF FAITH

Overcoming the World

I recently had the privilege of preaching at the First Artesia Christian Reformed Church. Since 2020 has been a troubled-filled year, I preached on how faith is the victory that overcomes the world. I pray you will be encouraged. https://youtu.be/uvcBFRGb6BQ -D. Eaton