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https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=11638526 This bonus special edition of the Jesus Changes Everything Podcast features a conversation between RC and Lisa as they celebrate their third wedding anniversary. Give a listen and join us in giving thanks.
Though there is nothing I am sufficiently thankful for, the list of things I am thankful for is endless. The pious answer, Jesus, is true. But not much of a surprise. All of us in Christ have the same infinite … Continue reading
I’m as guilty as the next guy. We are all willing to lament the propensity of the church to shoot its wounded. We are given to complaining about the lack of transparency at the local church, that we smile at … Continue reading
Life in a blender, as those who regularly listen to the Jesus Changes Everything podcast know, isn’t always easy. There is confusion and danger at every moment. Swimming against the churning swirl is the only way to stay above the … Continue reading
Ask RC- How can we tell the difference between the accusations of the devil, and the conviction of the Holy Spirit?
Jesus, we ought to remember, was betrayed twice by His disciples. While the betrayal of Judas carried Jesus inexorably toward His passion, the betrayal of Peter was of the same dark hue. Both pushed Jesus away as the other, both … Continue reading
One of the weaknesses that may come from communicating via social media is that we not only speak in short hand, but react in short hand. That is, our answers haven’t the time or characters to be nuanced, and so … Continue reading