When we rally to “Take America Back”, what are we really meaning, and more importantly, what are our hearts believing? While the heart behind this might appear acceptable, there is potential danger in it. The reality may disappoint you for the future of America.
Few people could speak to our present times and debates with the integrity and insight that Bonhoeffer’s words can. He remained steadfastly committed to God’s word and calling in his life to the point of execution by Nazis, but part of that commitment was always compassion for fellow man.
One minute we’re fussing over trivial matters, the next we’re deciding if we accept refugees and save lives. When times are troubled, politicians are debating, and people are worried, who are we called to be? How do we respond? What is our course and our hope?
One of the easiest ways we get caught up in flirting with the world is through our use of social media and other forms of media. We may need to consider some serious questions about how and why we do this. This isn’t a “take a break” thing, but a daily consideration.
People who live in offense to God will likely be offended by the gospel, but is that surprising to anyone? Is it our job to worry about this?
A recap of the #ScriptureIs “TweetSeries” we recently did on our Twitter account. Tweets were composed by community member and author, Reece Edwards. Share your thoughts!
The “Gospel” of Prosperity says you were created for greatness, but the Gospel of Grace says you were created to behold greatness. Teaching anything else is a destructive and misleading teaching.
We continue the series of “When We Love Christ But Flirt With The World”, and we practically examine our morning routine and discuss how this routine can affect our entire day’s mindset and focus. Jump in and share your thoughts!
Unless you’ve been under a rock this last week, you’ve likely heard of this viral issue of #StarbucksRedCups going around. Apparently, “Christians” are offended by these cups. But… why?
Every person on the planet, no matter our race, our place, or our status of success, is involved in the same story, with the same attempts to fill an eternal longing and void, and with the same solution awaiting us whether we realize it or not.
What is “true love” and why do we use this word so often, vaguely, and flippantly. Let’s look at what “love” actually is – what the word means and what the feeling and concept means – as well as what it has meant in past societies like the Greeks who had more words for it.
We’re on Periscope and hope you give us a follow @TheMajestysMen! Here is the rundown on both why and how we plan to use it and you can be a part of it! Hope you join in the fun!
We begin a series of posts that help us practically examine our lives and the realities that cause us to veer into “worldliness” even though our mouths, and hopefully hearts, would claim to love Christ. This begins with what we’re doing, or not doing, in regards to feeding our minds and souls daily.
We as men are the leaders of our family! We must make decisions, take responsibility, and lead them through the war time that we live in. Anthony continues his series and looks at how “acting justly” plays into leading our families or preparing to.
As we continually grow and develop, it’s become apparent we’ll need to more specifically and publicly communicate what we’re doing beyond our general mission on the About page. Hopefully these “whats, hows, and whys” motivate you to get involved as well!
Lance takes a look into major misunderstandings in the terms, claims, and beliefs of current GOP candidates we call christian. Namely: Trump isn’t a Presbyterian and Carson isn’t Evangelical. Share your thoughts!