Scriptural Tolerance

T olerance, especially in the academic realm, though not limited to academia is a welcome virtue. Tolerance means being broad-minded, permissive and accepting many different points of view. At best tolerance is being considerate of even contradictory opinions. Thus...

MAINTAING A SPIRITUAL FOCUS

When life throws you off track what should you do? Often our belief in God and our experiences in life don’t always connect. Stated another way, sometimes our response to experiences at home, at school and on the job appear to be the opposite of our faith. When that...

Having A Better Day With God

E very day carries some significant occurance for us. But God should be significant to everyday. James believes that we should focus on God’s will for us everyday. (James 4:13-15). Thus, all time should be viewed as valuable because each day brings its particular...

GOD’S PERFECT LOVE

Most of us have been disappointed by someone we love. The disappointment may have been occasioned by harsh words, a failure to keep a promise, indifference toward our needs, even betrayal or abandonment. The residual effects of those experiences may cause us to have...