1. Evangelism is hard work requiring lots of patience. Churches and mission boards are often too impatient and want to see numerical growth explode overnight.
  2. That unremarkable trip to the zoo on September 28, 1931, was the last in a long line of experiences that brought C.S. Lewis (Jack) back to the faith.
  3. When disagreements break out we unfriend, unfollow, and unburden our minds by surrounding ourselves with only the right sorts of people.
  4. Christ’s death is sufficient for all, even Christians.
  5. The following is a Question and Answer session with author and pastor Donavon Riley where we talk about his latest book, “Crucifying Religion: How Jesus is the End of Religion”.
  6. The following is an excerpt from “Crucifying Religion” written by Donavon Riley (1517 Publishing, 2019).
  7. The history of the early Reformation in the New World is both a tale of pirates and the battle of catechisms.
  8. The Christian sees himself or herself as one just as guilty as the rest of the world. But we see ourselves not just as what’s wrong with the world, but in the One by whom the world has been redeemed.
  9. That week, I began to doubt myself. Did I really believe?
  10. You matter so much to God that he would rather die than lose you. You matter so much to Jesus that no suffering was too much, no deprivation too burdensome, no punishment too severe for him to endure to have you as his own.
  11. Hus was burned at the stake in his early 40s, Luther lived to a fairly ripe, old age, but why?

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