A few days ago, I started reading a book by Max Lucado called, Anxious for Nothing. I first heard it was coming out last year not long after I had a debilitating anxiety attack. So I thought it could be good timing, what I might call providence instead of coincidence. I've never read anything by … Continue reading Anxious For Nothing
A long time ago in a small Texas town, I worked at the nicest family owned country store. It was an old building, a bit rustic and weathered. It had a grocery section, a fresh meat counter, and a small deli that served delicious chopped beef sandwiches. Brisket was smoked outside. And local deer meat … Continue reading They Loved Hope And Faith
I tweeted a simple thing about salvation this morning, but I kinda left a good part out. It focused on basically the three stages of salvation. (I know it omits Adoption, Regeneration, etc.) Look out below; I'm quoting my own tweet! https://twitter.com/jasoncmcfadden/status/856840946834710528 I did not come up with that, BTW. Anyways, so...what are Christians saved from? … Continue reading What Are Christians Saved From?
Faith or reason is a false dichotomy. The misunderstanding is that humans usually rely on reason to navigate life, but when that proves elusive, then faith steps in to save the day. As if faith is the crutch to limp by on when our ignorance is forefront or our logic is momentarily invalid. Faith and … Continue reading Faith Or Reason? Yes!
Less Than 140 CharactersI'm sure you've seen bumper stickers that made impactful statements, some funny, others serious. They make big statements in a small space. So they must be clever or creative, which makes them memorable. A good bumper sticker masters the art of speaking little yet saying much. One of my favorites is: "No … Continue reading Bumper Sticker Theology