Origins of Easter

Like Christmas, Easter is a blend of pagan superstitions and Christian concepts. Historically, the major problem with observing Easter has been the double standard in commitment that it reinforces. If some days are holy, or special, then others are not. And if observing one day as holy means we are giving God less than our best on the other days, we are violating Jesus’ command for every true disciple to take up his cross daily

Nothing Surprises God

The Parable of the Good Samaritan helps us to understand how we should treat the people who disagree with us. When Jesus says to “love your neighbor as yourself, do you ever wonder, “who is my neighbor?” Well, the answer is EVERYBODY! And that includes the people who don’t believe what you believe.