Charlie Kirk is many things – young, brilliant, a friend of President Donald Trump, even controversial, but more than any of these, he’s a follower of Jesus.
For those of us who have devoted our lives to the study of scripture, it’s easy to forget how intimidating reading the Bible can actually be. Church doesn’t usually help make the book any easier to approach either. I talk with believers often who seem to portray that they feel stupid or embarrassed asking such […]
Jackelyn Viera Iloff, Sr. Advisor of Joel Osteen Ministries, Asks the Question “What if you Could?” – Guest Post from Eleni Schuurman
“You aren’t good enough.” “Who do you think you are?” “Everyone else is so much better than you.” “Wait until they find out how mediocre you really are.” “You can’t do anything.” How often do we hear these voices in our head? Whether they originated by osmosis, or have been told to us over and […]
By Tom Tompkins In part one of Learning To Live By Vision, Walking Away from Living By Need, I discussed the differences separating living by vision from living by need. Yes, there are always going to be needs to be taken care of in life such as a place to live, a vehicle to […]
By Tom Tompkins If I were to ask you if you are living based on vision or based on need, how would you answer? Many believe they are living by vision, but by the end of this article I am going to reveal that most are living by need. Don’t worry, I am going to […]
Candace Cameron Bure gives some Big-Sister advice in her new book, “Staying Stylish” – Guest Post from Eleni Schuurman
There is something amazing about curling up on the couch and watching a family-friendly sitcom. You always feel so good after! They inspire me to be that kind and generous person always I strive to be, and motivate me to want to get along with everyone in my path. I know that sounds a little […]
Perhaps best known as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, actress and friend Kristy Swanson joins me on this week’s brand new episode of The Lucas Miles Show to discuss navigating Hollywood, the importance of value-driven entertainment, and her faith in God. This is an episode you definitely don’t want to miss!! I first met Kristy while […]
I was ready – or so I thought. Landing a guest like Sean Hannity on my podcast was no small task, even on a platform as strong as Faithwire.com, and I wanted to be prepared for anything. Fortifying my chances of podcast success, I surrounded my broadcast station with 2 large whiteboards filled with notes […]
Guest Post from Eleni Schuurman – The NT of The Passion Translation releases on the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.
I can’t wait to read the new Passion Translation of the New Testament! For those of you who don’t know, Bible teacher, linguist and former missionary, Dr. Brian Simmons served as the lead translator on this new literary marvel. He’s already released the Psalms, Proverbs and Song of Songs and today (October 31, 2017) the […]
Let me begin by stating that by writing this I am not trying to create a law for the church, and neither am I trying to state an opposing argument to the teachings of others on the subject of marriage and divorce. Instead, I’m responding to a need. Divorce is epidemic. I’ve heard statistics of […]