Tag: Discipleship

The idolatry of the movie Unplanned, wrongfully believing it can Biblically “change a person’s mind,” and my critique of a Facebook friends insinuating comment

It is my personal ethic that personal messages, or private messaging, and/or private emails should remain ‘personal and private.’ But unfortunately today I am seeing some professing Christians take screenshots of ‘private’ messages, and then making them public. I’ve had that done to me, and it’s not a pleasant experience.  Therefore, so that I do

When our First Amendment “rights” conflict with Romans 15:20

After I preached my sermon a fellow in line began asking serious questions. But while we were talking another preacher arrived and began to preach over our conversation. As you’ll see in the below video, when I spoke to the other preacher about it, letting him know that it was inappropriate, he began arguing for

Is there a way of knowing if we are truly saved or not?

This is not a commentary, and it certainly is not a teaching of the below Scriptures; it is a general outline. If you have not yet done so, before you go any further, please first read my Gospel tract here. Is there a “test” that a ‘professing’ Christian can take to know if they are

Responding to a YouTuber’s comment “Am I still a “sinner?”

YouTuber Tom Dutch inputted the following comment under one of my videos. I believe Tom’s comment is reasonable. Therefore below is my response. Tom thank you for your comment. Yes you are partially correct, and yes perhaps I do say that too much. But let us not forget that the Apostle Paul referred to himself