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