After a fun chat, I left so he could continue eating pizza and playing worship songs on the guitar, which is basically his job description—according to him, not his employer.… Read More #023 – Michael Paradise
Listen on iTunes! Listen on Stitcher! Download Today on the show we have Tyler Morrison, a talented Christian singer-(now)songwriter. On September 4, he’ll be releasing his debut album “Surrender.” Tyler is here to share all about… Read More #017 – Tyler Morrison
This post was first published on April 4, 2015. There is so many things I dislike about the Adventist “culture.” Growing up in Mexicali and now having lived almost three years in Lincoln, Nebraska, I have experienced two different sides of Adventism. I gotta say both annoy me. At the same time, both have things… Read More Love trumps my pessimism. Thank God!
While going through some old posts from an older blog of mine, I found a quote from C. S. Lewis’ “The Screwtape Letters.” Every time I read this passage I think about what the point of church is. Is it important to find a church that fits you? Is it about something else? I’m really… Read More A church that fits me
Listen on iTunes! Listen on Stitcher! Download This week, Abner Campos is on the show! He currently works as vespers coordinator for the campus ministries office at Union College in Lincoln, Neb. Our conversation goes from the negative view a lot of… Read More #006 – Abner Campos
This is the fourth and last post in the series Sabbath days. You can find the previous posts in the archive. Part one. Part two. Part three. Sabbath is meant to be a refuge, not a prison. It protects the needy, the displaced, and the powerless. —Matthew Sleeth, 24/6: A Prescription for a Healthier, Happier Life My… Read More Sabbath days (part four)