Welcome to "Those Who Sin Differently". Regardless of where you come from or what path your life is on, I hope that you'll find some insight, here. You can read this article for some site background, or browse other articles, below.
Maybe whether or not we are blessed isn't measured the way that we thought it was.
We may have heard about the "peace that passes understanding", but how do we actually find it?
Do you ever feel like you're going through a "power tool" life with just a hand saw and a hammer?
You've probably used a mirror in the past day. Have you ever stopped to think about why we do so?
Can we learn something from a crook in The Great Gatsby?
Do you wonder if God doesn't want you as part of His family? If so, I have good news for you.
There's more to salvation than just a business transaction or a legal pronouncement.
Is real life entirely "open-world", or are we kind of on rails?
Are we hanging on to cheap things when we could use them to get something much, much more valuable?
Have you ever wanted to be the hero, leading those who were hopeless to freedom, as their prison exploded behind you?
There is good news, once we realize that our sin is common ground that all of us share.
What if our common ground upon which we can find peace with others is found in our weakness, not in our strengths?
It is an unpleasant fact that sometimes, when disaster strikes, everyone can't escape the consequences.
Sometimes, it's better to set our authority aside and just ask someone to do the right thing.
There are a lot of people who declare emphatically what will happen in the future. Should we be panicking?
God gives us the choice to do righteous or selfish things. Do we offer the same choice to others?
How can we honor God with what we do when we are struggling to make ends meet and to find enough time in the day?
Does the Bible tell us to "Keep calm and carry on"?
What better prayer could we offer for others than that they learn more about God and His will?
Those who seek to confront, argue with. and disagrees with us can come from anywhere, but this is not a new problem.