• by Abraham Cremeens


    Weakness is not an American ideal. We run from it. We resonate with movies like Rocky, The Gladiator, and Mission Impossible because the heroes overcome impossible obstacles with great strength. The message we affirm is, “I want to be strong like him.” But what happens when we are not Rocky, Maximus, or Ethan Hunt?

  • by Bill Davis


    The apostle Paul says he’s “talking like a madman” in 2 Corinthians 11 as he lists an amazing set of hardships he had faced. But it isn’t the near-death experiences that are the most amazing—it’s the end of his list that really grabs my attention. Allow me a little “madman talk” myself to explain...

  • by Abraham Cremeens


    If you have Jesus and a slow cooker then you can change the world. I realize that is a very bold statement but it is biblical.

  • by Mikel Berger


    For the last several years, when I have an opportunity to pray publicly, I’ve tried to not end my prayer with “In Jesus’ name, Amen.” Why would I do that? Am I against praying in Jesus’ name? Absolutely not.