We’re all looking for opportunities to bring up the gospel and share the good news with our family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors. But, sometimes, even we can get overboard.
Yep, this is pretty much how I feel about running. Enjoy.
BTW: Taking a week off from the internet to focus on some family time. We’ll get back to my series on God’s grace and Calvinism after that.
I know I haven’t been keeping this blog up for a while, so you may have forgotten that Friday is “Good Clean Fun” Friday. We’ll take a break from our Calvinism series to have some good clean fun as we go into the weekend. Surely, no matter what you think about Calvinism and Grace, you can see the humor in this. You’ll probably see a lot from these guys on Fridays around here.
By the way, this is what it is like in my house. I won’t tell you which guy is me and which ones are my kids.
The first week of January is halfway over. How are you doing on your resolutions? Yeah, me too. Although, I did go to the gym this morning. That’s good. Would you like to know the skinny on resolutions? Then check out the video by the Skit Guys letting us know about how different people handle Resolutions. Enjoy!
Thank you, Veterans!
If you can’t see the video in your e-mail, click here.
There’s a lot of nonsense parading about as Christianity these days. But when you speak out against it, some folks play the tolerance card claiming it does no harm and we need to just let people be. However, the following video, while being completely hilarious to me, demonstrates exactly how dangerous it can be to let some people prance about as representatives of Christianity in general.
No doubt, most churches are doing their dead level best to make their guests feel at home. Perhaps sometimes we make mistakes while trying to do that. Tim Hawkins highlights a big mistake. Check it out and then let’s discuss the best way to make guests feel at home.
Have you ever had an interruption in a well-laid plan? Have you ever been going along great with some discipline and then your world gets turned upside-down? All that discipline and planning goes right out the window. Then at some point you are supposed to get back in the saddle. How on earth are you going to do that? Here’s the #1 key to getting back in the saddle.
Hello again, blog world!
After a nearly fatal power loss at the data center for my hosting service, I nearly lost my blog. Even now, it is crippled and I’m starting the slow process of internet therapy.
Even though I had a back up of the blog, it has still loaded in with some dreadful errors that I’m simply not sure how to deal with yet. So, please be patient with me as I try to figure out how to get “God’s Way Works” back up to the image and standard it had before this debacle.
Thank you so much for your patience with me and let me encourage you to keep coming back. Hopefully within the next week, I’ll be back up and running at full-steam.