I received a very interesting question recently. I'm interested in Lucid Dreaming and having out of body experiences. I know someone who had them unwillingly, as it just happened to that person randomly, but I want to induce them myself. I … [Read more...] about Is Astral Projection a Sin?
At Dayspring, we know that families affected by disabilities know fatigue and isolation. If that is you or someone you love, we invite to BOOST, a monthly gathering that provides connection, fun, activities and good food. (Click the flier to … [Read more...] about Join us for November Boost
And half his congregation. His wife was on a trip as well; she's coming home to utter devastation. The move to politicize and pontificate (I will not post the links, their remarks should not be fueled with clicks) is an attempt to replace the … [Read more...] about Somewhere in Texas, there’s a pastor returning home to bury his daughter
When I worked at Third Millennium Ministries, I received a question about how sin began in the Garden of Eden. How did Lucifer get the evil idea to be like God, and how did the angels that fell with him choose to do evil also? And if Adam was … [Read more...] about A Question and Review of Possible Answers to the Problem of Evil
The Reformation was a time when men went blind, staggering drunk because they had discovered, in the dusty basement of late medievalism, a whole cellar full of fifteen-hundred-year-old, two-hundred proof Grace–bottle after bottle of pure distilate of … [Read more...] about The Reformation was when men went blind
Cardinal Muller, responding to some in the RCC (including his own Pope Francis) speaking kindly words about Luther and the Reformation, gives a stinging statement against Luther and Reformed Theology. It's refreshing in its … [Read more...] about Cardinal: Luther’s work was a Revolution, not Reform, the Reformation Rebuked