Let the Bass Shake the Hell Out of Our Churches

By Zach Goodrow Introduction Recently, my local church held a night of worship where we focused on hymns and praise. The night was incredible. We sang centuries old hymns, prayed for our nation, listened to testimonies of God showing his faithfulness throughout tremendous trials, and praised our God under the lead of an incredible choir. … Continue reading Let the Bass Shake the Hell Out of Our Churches

What the Resurrection Means For Betrayers: Peter and Judas

By Zach Goodrow Photo by Brett Sayles on Pexels.com Easter commands public attention. From cheap, consumer-minded, brightly dressed followers of Churchianity, to blood-bought followers of the One True King, any culture that has been influenced by Christianity pauses for a moment to take a breath of religious air from Christian's most sacred holiday. It should … Continue reading What the Resurrection Means For Betrayers: Peter and Judas

“Let each one of you speak the truth with your neighbor, unless you may be cancelled” Ephesians 4:25

By Zach Goodrow Photo by Brett Jordan on Pexels.com An interesting phenomenon has gripped the evangelical church in the West. We inherited a robust culture that breathed Christian air, and this allowed for unique ideas to take root. Though the individuals in it were obviously not all Christians, there was a general sense of Judeo-Christian … Continue reading “Let each one of you speak the truth with your neighbor, unless you may be cancelled” Ephesians 4:25

Flaws of Flying Solo: The Detriment of the My Bible, Jesus, and Me Mentality

By Clayton Todd Written March 10, 2022 “Just because you’re in the garage doesn’t make you a car”, I remember this being a phrase coming out of my mouth prior to my surrender to Jesus. What I was gunning for was an idea that has been sold within Westernized Christianity and has been bought far … Continue reading Flaws of Flying Solo: The Detriment of the My Bible, Jesus, and Me Mentality