God spoke to me through a dream one day, and it wasn’t even my own. Sunbeams stretched through the back windows of the bank’s drive-thru, painting the teller area in a golden glow. I sat […]
We are captivated by the supernatural. For decades, this generation has filled its bookshelves and the proverbial archives housed within our minds with stories of magic, angelic beings and dark creatures of the paranormal sub-culture. Yet, to our Christian movement, we have continually heard the arguments that the youth of this age find themselves uninterested in the ideas of miracles, a Deity and the life beyond this one.
College is not without its snares and pitfalls. Many people come out the other side with a head full of wacky ideals. But I’m of the belief that Apostolic Christians can make it work as long as they follow a few good principles.
He has loved us, lavished gifts upon us, and offered us a future that we (literally) cannot imagine. Yet, time and again, we betray Him for something cheap, dirty and temporary. We trade the purity of His eternal perfect love for the tawdry gratification that comes from fleshly, worldly pleasures.
Who are we? What were we put on this Earth to do? Who is God? What does He have to offer? These are questions we all struggle with at various points in our lives.