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25
Jan

Evidence for Jesus

Last time I challenged you to think about how you would answer the question, “Why are you a Christian?”  I hope you took some time to think about your answer. …

11
Jan

Building a Case for Faith

True to my nature, I have been geeking out a bit over some books written by J. Warner Wallace, a retired homicide detective who has applied his investigative approach to…

28
Dec

Resolutions to Chart a Better Year

Every year begins with the anticipation that we will accomplish great things.  As I close out 2021 and reflect on how I would like 2022 to look, I’ve been thinking…

22
Dec

Merry Christmas from Faith for Generations

I wanted to take a moment to pause and thank all of you who follow the blog and support this effort to help families invest in the faith of children. …

14
Dec

Faith Built On Evidence

Hebrews 11:1 tells us that faith is the assurance of things hoped for and the certainty of things not seen.  Some people approach faith blindly.  They presume faith has no…

30
Nov

Christmas Gifts to Build Faith

If you are looking for a few faith-based gifts to give this season, take a look at some of my favorites! I’ve reviewed a few of these in previous blog…

23
Nov

Strengthening Faith Roots

How does what we believe as Christians impact the way we live?  That’s not a new question. As believers in Christ, we wrestle with how to live out our faith…

16
Nov

Advent At Home

What is Advent anyway?  It’s a time of year when we pause to remember the first coming of Jesus and anticipate his second coming.  The word advent means “arrival” or…

09
Nov

Doughnuts This Thanksgiving

I thought it might be timely, given the fact that Thanksgiving is right around the corner, to stop for a moment and think about doughnuts. Doughnuts?!  Unless they are pumpkin…

02
Nov

Theology for Children

Theology is a hard topic!  And teaching theological concepts to your children, well that can seem to be an impossible task! Until now!  That’s right, I’ve found a resource that…