Posts Tagged ‘gospel’

Why Being Comfortable is Overrated

“I bought a house in the worst part of town!” That’s not a sentence you hear very often, especially spoken in an excited tone. But that’s exactly what my friend Christine said to me! She is a smart, hardworking woman who has done fine financially so of course my question to her was WHY? “Because God loves the people who live there and I think He wants me to tell them,” she replied. Yet again… … Continue reading

Steven Curtis Chapman Wants To Be In This Gospel Group?

Steven Curtis Chapman joins me on the More Than The Music Podcast to share the stories behind his latest album, “Worship and Believe.” Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed Steven admits that he knows every word to every Imperials song and would love to start an Imperials Cover Band. He even sang along with Warren Barfield and the guys in Third Day recently on their tour bus. ….and sometimes @thewarrenbarfield joins in the… … Continue reading

The GOSPEL In A Way Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Seen Before

This 4 minute video breaks down the GOSPEL in a way unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. The artist Propaganda uses spoken word to portray just how far God’s love for us really goes. Thank you God for loving us beyond our limits of understanding. We don’t deserve it. But you give us your love anyways. Thank you. Carlos [ts_fab authorid=”132″ tabs=”bio,twitter,latest_posts”] … Continue reading

3 Arts That Will Help You Bring Up Conversations About Jesus

For a number of years during my commute to work, I would enter the highway at the same toll ramp almost every day. I would impatiently wait in the line of cars, wanting to get through the tollbooth as quickly as possible. As I waited to pay, I would see an anonymous hand reach out of the booth and go back in, then repeat this mechanical motion for each vehicle. Most commuters did not even… … Continue reading

How to Become a Missionary Right Where God Has You

It was a beautiful spring afternoon, and I was taking the short walk to pick up my kids from school. Parents who see each other every day were walking past with their heads down. No hello or head nod, just the American silent treatment. My family was in the throes of loss from the sudden and tragic loss of my mother-in-law. As I looked around I saw the same pain we were experiencing in their… … Continue reading