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FIVE THINGS: 5 Clichés that offer Truth

Christians say the funniest things. Well, it isn’t so much that the things we say are funny, it’s that we say them so much they begin to sound funny. Like when you say “Little Italy” seven times really fast. Go ahead. Say it. Out loud.  Just because “Little Italy” sounds funny when you say it over and over doesn’t mean Little Italy isn’t real. Here are five trite phrases that are truth: “If God brought you to… … Continue reading

Tiger Woods, Grace and Easter

They are calling it the “biggest sports comeback of all time.” Tiger Woods won his fifth Masters by one stroke. It was his 15th major title, his first in almost 11 years. It’s being called the greatest sports comeback ever. But I beg to differ.  OK, OK. I’m no sports fanatic. No expert for sure. This is a golf thing, right?  But I think this is way more than a sports comeback. If you are… … Continue reading

How a Wife’s Powerful Prayer Saved Her Husband’s Life

Darren from We Are Messengers says that he was a dead man before he met Jesus. He has only been a Christian for 7 years and has a powerful story of how God completely turned his life around. When Darren was younger he couldn’t imagine anything worse than being a Christian and singing Christian music but now it’s his passion! Hear his new song, “Everything Comes Alive.”    Darren’s wife praying for him is a… … Continue reading

You Don’t Have to Be a Good Christian for God to Love You

“I feel like that’s something we’re all afraid of. We’re all afraid if we, ya know, expose ourselves, and we’re honest, and we’re saying, ‘Hey, this is what I’m in the middle of. This is what I’m dealing with.’ That everyone around us, including the Lord, is gonna walk away.” – Mike Grayson from MIKESCHAIR Mike speaks from experience here. The story behind “People Like Me” by MIKESCHAIR comes from growing up in a family… … Continue reading

Wally and Jason Gray Talk About the Biggest Lie in Christianity

Everything’s ok. Except… sometimes it’s just not. A lot of times, Christians want to encourage other believers through hard times. They just want to fix the problems, point out the silver lining, and tell us it’s ok. But this isn’t always the best or most honest way to handle hard times. The phrase, “Everything’s ok” is often a lie. “I don’t think we do grieving very well. I don’t think we allow those around us… … Continue reading

Arguing Sometimes Gets Us Nowhere

I looked around the circle at the four faces of my nervous band mates. It was our first official “show” and we were terrified. I loved singing in the shower, but in front of PEOPLE? I was terrified. The head of our band, Terry, said an amazing inspiring speech reminding us that we were doing this for the glory of God and not for us. Terry always knew what to say. He was the spiritual… … Continue reading

Thoughts on the Passing of Fred Phelps

Okay, I’ve had a chance to sit and think about the passing of Fred Phelps. Here we go: Fred Phelps has died. And for the briefest of moments, I felt led to repent of my very first thoughts: “Who is going to picket HIS funeral? How much payback will these hatemongers get?” But then I read the following post on FB(also seen in the previous post on my timeline): “If I had the money, I… … Continue reading

E-MESS: Judge not… I will be honest, this one upset me a little

A few weeks ago on your show you were talking about Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a preventative double mastectomy. You also shared that you and your wife had been having serious discussions about undergoing the same procedure for your wife. This really saddened me. Not because your wife has a history of breast cancer in her family and is at risk for developing it herself (although I am truly sorry for your loss and… … Continue reading

E-MESS: Judge not… I will be honest, this one upset me a little.

A few weeks ago on your show you were talking about Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a preventative double mastectomy. You also shared that you and your wife had been having serious discussions about undergoing the same procedure for your wife. This really saddened me. Not because your wife has a history of breast cancer in her family and is at risk for developing it herself (although I am truly sorry for your loss and… … Continue reading

E-MESS: Atheist

First off, I just wanted to say thank you. All my life no matter where I have gone, I have been criticized and ridiculed for my beliefs, or rather, lack there of. I used to be a Christian, but because of how they treated others, I wanted nothing to do with them anymore. I have been an atheist for several years now and thoroughly enjoy not having to deal with any religious pressure. But anyway,… … Continue reading