Jesus said, “In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” We have a Savior who knows our struggles and knows our pain, and he will give us the strength to persevere and trust his will for us.
I’m looking forward to the changing of the guard. I’m hoping that young people who aren’t jaded by tribalism will go into church work…
How to Deal With Family Dysfunction: Ridicule
The smirks, the digs, and the venom that you face—how does any good come from that?
The apple can fall far
Are you ever shocked that Jesus was Jewish? If that doesn’t blow your mind, you haven’t read the story of the Jewish people. It’s…
Good leaders delegate
It’s terrible to have a leader who doesn’t do anything. But the reverse is worse—a leader who won’t let go of anything. Why do…
How to Deal With Family Dysfunction: Lies and Deception
Lies and deception can be destructive. But they can also be forgiven. How?
I rewrote my sermon six times. I was attempting to write a sermon about Deborah from Judges chapter 4, and the tension was tearing…
Justice Against Evil
Watch the entire series from this past week as Pastor Jon gives us an unconventional perspective of dealing with the evil in our world by looking at the Bible book of Habakkuk.
I get a lot of laughs from “demotivation” posters—you know, the ones designed to look like inspirational office artwork but that instead have a…
This Is Evil’s Worst Enemy
Of course we want to stop evil dead in its tracks. But sometimes, Pastor Jon says, because of the nature of evil, there’s a better way to stop it.
How Do We Fight Evil?
Are you type A or type B when it comes to combatting evil? More important, how does God want you to approach evil?
The prayer of a struggling believer
Father, I’m struggling right now. My heart is heavy, and I don’t even fully understand what I’m feeling. I know I’ve messed up. I’ve…
How Long Must We Wait for Justice?
Everything else in our world moves at lightning speed. Why is God’s justice against evil so slow?