by Brodie Cooper Can All Religions Lead to the Same God? The idea that all religions lead to the same God is popular in today’s society.
“You’ve got to change your thinking.” Those were the last words spoken by Rob Purdy on Friday evening of the recent Blast & Cast Men’s Ministries Matagorda event. I wasn’t sure exactly how it was going to affect me, but I knew it would. You see, I haven’t been to an
Jacob and I turned into the driveway of the house. It had been for sale for quite a while, and the price had been reduced a few times. Climbing out of the truck it was easy to see why. The house seemed to huddle sadly behind overgrown bushes that had
Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children of one’s youth. Psalm 127:4 (ESV) This past Mother’s Day my wife, Kayce, suggested that we take our three boys for an afternoon boat ride (yes, I am a lucky man!). As we were riding through the marsh enjoying
Every year, I always look forward to the Blast & Cast duck hunting event in Rockport. Duck hunting is one of my favorite things to do especially at this event. Just imagine the bright orange ball of sun making its way over the bay. And there’s a dark spot
“Come to me, all of you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28, CSB It was a windless morning on Sabine Lake, one of those days that don’t come around very often with the water as smooth as a sheet of glass. My friend
I recently read something from Jared C. Wilson’s book Unparalleled in which he describes a true Christians’ uniqueness. He calls it "beautiful dust." “Christianity proclaims the glory of Jesus Christ and his work, and the good works of his followers become beautiful dust stirred up in our following him wherever
by Troy Lindgram I squirmed back and forth a little bit trying to find that just right comfortable position on the bench and around the rifle. As I peered through the scope at the paper target down range, I toggled off the safety with my thumb. With my index finger
Ever wonder how the L.A. Dodgers (formerly Brooklyn Dodgers) got their name? In the late 1800’s, the club in Brooklyn was called the “Grooms or Bridegrooms.” Fans coming to their games had to avoid fast-moving trolleys to get to the ballpark, especially as they changed from horse-power to electrical power.
by Jason Prater This past deer season I was blessed with the opportunity to take my 9-year-old son hunting on a ranch in Rocksprings, TX. The first morning as we sat in a small ground blind with the sun peaking above the treetops, a crisp breeze blowing from the