In the last series of posts on the blog I looked at how we might go about making our faith our own. I shared three things that we could do if we were really serious about wrestling with our faith to make it belong to us, to really own it. One was to actually put... Continue Reading →
After a brief side trip we are back to look at what the final habit (that I am going to cover in this series of posts) will be. Each of the these habits are vitally important for us to make our faith ours, to forge our own understanding of who Jesus is and how he... Continue Reading →
Last time we looked at the second of three small habits that we might engage in to make our faith ours, the first being actually making a decision for ourselves that we were going to follow Jesus, and secondly, to read the Bible. Large chunks of it. Regularly.
Sadly, I did not preach part two of this series, and so you get one and three. But, enjoy this message as you begin your week! P.S Sorry about the lack of posting - I have been in a job transition and so there has not been much time to post. Regular transmission should resume... Continue Reading →
In part two we looked at the first, and most important thing that we need to do to make our faith ours, that is to actually surrender to Jesus and to make that decision for ourselves. I pray that, if you took that step, then you are already feeling the results of such a decision.... Continue Reading →
Last time I shared a little of my own story - how I came to faith and how it became my own. In the next two posts I want to share with you all some things that I did - and these are just some of the many things that you can do - that... Continue Reading →
We're still posting, despite Pappa Tay travelling the world! We start a two part talk on immigration - join us next time for part two! (Our show notes will be coming back soon - it takes a while to catch up with all the episodes that we missed, please be patient).
This is the 100th post here on The Lazy Heretic! Enjoy this sermon for your week ahead. Featured image credit: Cherry Laithang
A few weeks ago I heard some speakers say something that really resonated with me, and seems to be a theme in the lives of many of the people that I talk to - often we can struggle to make our faith our own. This is true especially if we grow up in a Christian... Continue Reading →