The serial murderer stands before the Supreme Court for sentencing. The evidence against him is overwhelming. There’s no doubt whatsoever that he is guilty. But then suddenly…Read More
How would you respond if someone was told they were good for nothing? Would you rise up to defend them? Sadly, that is a message many Mormons hear. God can use you to share the message of transformational grace!Read More
Thomas A. Wayment, a professor at BYU, has just published a new translation of the New Testament. It is subtitled “A Translation for Latter-day Saints”. I ordered a copy and received it earlier this week. Even an initial glimpse has puzzled me.Read More
Imagine you were in an action movie and your eternity depended on your escape. That would be terrifying! How do you face the mission impossible?Read More
It has been said the distance between our head and our heart is the longest 18 inches. It is one thing to understand what God has done. It is another when that truth is applied to you personally. Sometimes the truths we know with our mind get lodged along the way. So, how can we share our faith with both our head and our heart?Read More
Often when Christians describe a witnessing dialogue they had with a Mormon, in my mind I hear “beep, beep, beep” - the sound a dump truck makes when it backs up. Find out why.Read More
How will we be judged? This question was recently tackled by a well-known BYU professor. His answer leaves us with a sense of urgency to shine the light of Christ into Mormonism.Read More
Are you familiar with the phrase, “Bearing your Testimony”?
Have you ever considered how bearing your own testimony might have an impact on your witnessing?Read More
Over the last year the Mormon church has seen a lot of changes…but the teachings remain the same.Read More
How does anybody get to heaven? By ladder or by escalator?Read More
Feelings can be fickle and human emotions are not accurate indicators of the reality of God’s promises. How can you be sure that what you feel is real?Read More
Have you ever paused to consider how repaying a gift may actually show disrespect?Read More
Have you ever received a Christmas gift, only to pack it away and forget it? Then months later, you run across it. You feel like kicking yourself because you could have used it for all the months it was lying forgotten.
Unfortunately, many Christians do this with one of God’s amazing Christmas gifts.Read More
At Christmastime, many hang lights to adorn trees and brighten homes. It distracts you from the darkness. From a worldly perspective, it adds some cheer to the drear.
Sadly, some in the darkness have not understood the light.Read More
Christmas is coming. Are you ready? Decorations up? Gifts bought? Gifts wrapped? Cards sent? Parties planned? Cookies baked? It can be overwhelming. Many procrastinate or ignore it altogether.
That’s even truer when it comes to seeing Jesus face to face. Many avoid talking about it. Some aren’t sure how to prepare.
If you were to die tonight would you be ready?
Earlier this week, a man who is witnessing to Mormon missionaries told me that one of the missionaries said at their last meeting, “When we get to heaven, Christ will say, ‘I helped you.” And we will say to him, ‘We helped you”.
This reminded me of something I read years ago.Read More
Motivation matters. It gives focus. It empowers. Compare the difference between a person who goes through the motions at their job with another who is excited to start each day and make an impact. You may discover the difference in their motivation.
Motivation is also important for witnessing. What is your motivation?Read More
A lot of people today think there aren’t many differences between Christianity and Mormonism. Friends, the differences are real. And people’s present joy and eternal destiny are at stake.Read More
Are you wearing a mask? Sadly, some never take off their masks. They wear them throughout the year. They do it not for candy, but for the admiration of others and in the hope that they might please God. They’re afraid of revealing what is under the mask and may even try to hide it from themselves.Read More
“Fremdschämen (exterior shame) is a German word with no English equivalent that describes a vicarious shame resulting from the actions of others...Though I’m sure those fellow believers mean well, I can’t help but experience at least a little Fremdschämen after hearing what happened to our missionaries.”Read More