The Christmas story in Luke is actually an incendiary political statement that the sitting emperor is a false King, while the babe in a manger is the true King. What does that mean for our lives in 2020?
Building on the prior message about the supernatural power of gratitude, we dig in to what it looks like to train the mind toward gratitude.
Our bodies are good, but they are not God. In this message, Mariah Nix connects the importance of the goodness of God in our created bodies to the incarnation of the Son of God at Christmas.
Whether you choose to make gratitude or grumbling a way of life may mean the difference between spiritual life and death.
Thankfulness feeds our body, mind, and soul as it takes us closer to Jesus.
The “separation” of church and state is often used to shut down religion in the public square. But is that what the Founding Fathers intended and how they lived? NO!
Looking at the painful sin of slavery in our history, what can we learn about the foundations of the United States and fighting for justice?
Another radically American ideal is that the government is not responsible to give you a good life but rather to create the space for you to have the opportunity to build a good life and thus “pursue happiness.”
The Protestant Reformation planted the seeds of individual rights, the Pilgrims watered the seeds and the founders brought it to harvest in The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution and The Bill of Rights. To PLAY or download the Podcast (Just Audio), click below…
The founders had a deep conviction that the tree of Liberty in society will grow upon the twin pillars of religion and morality.
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