Through fun and engaging storytelling, Theo teaches children God’s word and how they ought to live in light of it.
I believe that Halloween gives Christ followers an opportunity unlike any other celebration during the year. Before you stop reading, let me explain. Christmas and Easter, of course, celebrate the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and are my all-time favorite holidays (a conjunction of holy days). Thanksgiving celebrates God as our Provider, as well as for all His many blessings upon our lives. And though our culture has tried to remove the religious significance of each of these holidays by commercializing them, they still retain among the sparkly trappings the historical reality and significance of our faith. Now how can I include Halloween in this hallowed camp? Many Christians get the willies during Halloween (if you don’t know... Continue Reading →
What is it? In this blog I would like to discuss illiteracy; in particular, biblical illiteracy. To begin let me first define terms. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, illiteracy, is “the state of not having knowledge about a particular subject.” Biblical illiteracy is the state of not knowing what the Bible teaches. When I came to know Christ I did not know what the Bible taught about justification by faith and not by works. I didn’t know what it meant to be “born again,” or any of the cardinal doctrines of the Christian faith. I was biblically illiterate. This condition––sad though it is––is understandable in countries where the Bible is not permitted, or in cultures where the gospel... Continue Reading →