Not The What, But The Who…

It isn’t “what” Christians confess, but “Who” we confess that makes all the difference. What distinguishes Christians from other religions […]

Jesus’ Ascension: Behold, I am Making All Things New!

Happy Himmelfahrt Day! Himmelfahrt is German for Ascension Day, which we celebrated last Sunday, May 28. Forty days after His […]

Can I Be a Sinner in Your Church?

Can I be a sinner in your church? I know it isn’t okay that I’m a sinner. I get that […]

The Gospel for Those Angry at God

More and more often, I encounter people who are angry at God. But, as I listen to them, it’s not […]

What Does It Mean for Faith to Have an Object?

From Merriam-Webster.comnoun, fāth Definition of faith: allegiance to duty or a person: loyalty lost faith in the company’s president (1): fidelity to one’s promises (2): […]

What Did Your Funeral Look Like?

Welcome. On behalf of the family of the deceased I would like to thank you for being here. You have […]

The End of “As If” Christianity

Many Christians have an “as if” kind of faith. They live “as if” they’re forgiven. They’ve been taught by well-meaning […]
April 22, 2016 by Donavon Riley

The End of “As If” Christianity

Many Christians have an “as if” kind of faith. They live “as if” they’re forgiven. They’ve been taught by well-meaning […]
April 22, 2016 by Donavon Riley