Tag: Christ

Christmas 2020: What Child is This?

2020 cannot escape my yearly Christmas message. In past years I've highlighted reflections on different Christmas hymns, but this year I'll start with a very short story. Twelve years ago, while sitting in a coffee shop, I was approached by a Jewish man. He could see that I was reading my bible and remarked multiple ...

Contending Through Disillusionment

Hi Friends, I have been writing a lot lately about the prophetic transition taking place at this present time. Many people and ministries have been released into new occupations, assignments and callings. It has been both an exciting and concerning time. First of all, I want to say a few things about this season of ...


Is Covenant Theology the Same as Replacement Theology?

Jesus is fully God and will always be a fully Jewish man. I for one choose to believe His whole household will be saved.

How Do You View Judgement?

Hi Friends! This is the second article in my series, Three Questions Facing the Church. Read my first article, How Do You View Church, to catch up! Today I'm going to address judgment. How do you view judgment? For the early Church, this wasn't as much of an issue as it is for our generation. The ...

How Do You View Church?

Hi Friends! This is the first article in my new series, Three Questions Facing the Church. I'm going to keep these short and hopefully raise more questions than answers. If you would like to read a long piece of my views on the Church, please read an earlier article of mine called, Upon This Rock. How we ...

This, This is Christ the King

Have you ever imagined yourself in Jesus' shoes? Christmas is a time that focuses on the most 'human' aspect of Christ. I don't know if I will ever fully wrap my head around God becoming a man, much less coming the natural way as a baby born of a woman. Every year, I tell my ...

The Role of Christianity in American Government

Wes Hall, Stephen Venable, and Stuart Greaves examine the role of Christianity and the Christian witness in American politics.

The Adored and Elegant Word

The Lord gripped me with this today during my devotions. We are a blessed people, filled with the eternal and incorruptible joy of Christ as we abide in Him.

Born That Man No More May Die

Merry Christmas! Most years, during the Christmas season, the Holy Spirit will highlight a particular lyric from a Christmas hymn that becomes my meditation throughout Christmas. This year, the Lord emphasized a lyric from Hark the Herald Angels Sing. Mild He lays His glory by; Born that man no more may dieBorn to raise the sons of earth; Born ...