Jesus is the great parable teacher the mountain sermon preacher the firstborn of all creatures This is who he is. Jesus is the great God-man the fulfillment of a divine plan the healer of the land This is who he is. Jesus is the great Lord of all the man responsible for evil's downfall as … Continue reading Who is Jesus? (An Attempt at Poetry)
"Read your Bible!" they say. "It is essential to the Christian life. Read it, study it, memorize it, meditate upon it and let it be your guide...But do not read it for knowledge. Rather, read it to get to know the Author. We read the word to get to know the Word. Knowledge puffs up! … Continue reading 3 Reasons We Should Read the Bible for Knowledge.
Wayne Jacobsen, 63, is a teacher, writer and former pastor who travels the world helping people figure out how to live life loved by God. He has written numerous books including He Loves Me!, So You Don't Want to Go to Church Anymore and most recently Finding Church: What if there Really is Something More? Wayne co-wrote the multi-million … Continue reading An Interview with Author/Teacher Wayne Jacobsen, Co-Writer and Co-Publisher of the Shack
My parents never encouraged my brothers and me to join Harry Potter mania. I loyally avoided the movies and dodged the books (except for a short period of clandestine disobedience in which I read the first few books under the cover of darkness). To many of you this may seem pretty silly. What is wrong … Continue reading Should Christians Read or Watch Harry Potter? My Journey with Harry and Jesus.
One of the definitions of the word feminist is: "the belief that women and men should have equal rights and opportunities." Does this describe God? My mom was a pastor for 13 years. Did God have a problem with that? Is what she did contrary to the teachings of the Bible? I have been exposed … Continue reading Is God a Feminist? A Response to Male Only Leadership in the Church