December 25, 2017
Believe

The Christmas Miracle – The Power of Believing

For many of us the Christmas Miracle is immediately thought of as the birth of Christ. But I propose that the bigger miracle actually happened before Christ was born. And this miracle is so profound that I believe this Christmas it will completely transform someone’s life. I’m writing this for everyone that woke up this Christmas morning with a burden. Sure Christmas morning for many is filled with the joy and laughter of family. But deep down inside many of us are carrying a burden. Maybe it’s a nagging health issue, your struggling financially, a relationship is weighing you down. […]
July 22, 2017
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Jesus, Beer&Cocktails, Loud Music and a Mission to Change the World: Welcome to Bar Church

When I was a growing up as a kid my parents forced me to go to a church that made me feel like God was always mad at me. I constantly lived with this stigma that God was this cosmic cop in the sky ready to “law down the law” on me the second I did something wrong. I lived constantly in a state of fear. As I grew older and started on a journey to discover who God really was I discovered that all of that belief was so wrong and seriously misguided. I believe that God loves each […]
July 14, 2017
sean wrench

I got the power. You got the power.

I remember being 20 years old cruising around my college campus in Upstate NY belting out this song on the top of my lungs. “I got the power….” I could almost feel myself getting stronger as I belted out those words. Little did I know 20 years later I’d hear this song and be so profoudly impacted by something God showed me, that I believe will impact every single person who reads this. Did you know you possess a superpower? Yep, that’s right. And it has a pretty cool name too. Dunamis. That’s your superpower. Dunamis. Go ahead, post on […]
June 19, 2017

Jesus loves the bad guys (or if you think you’re out, you’re really in)

There’s a dangerous current that runs through much of Christianity. And it’s this. We’re in. We are on God’s side. “They” are not. Whose they? Well I could probably write an entire blog post just on that. But “they” often refers to those who don’t believe the same way. There is very sadly a predominate I’m right, you’re wrong them that runs widely in Christian circles. Now, I’m not writing this to be critical, I’m writing it because my heart is for people to know that if you’ve ever been put down, judged or criticized that’s not God. Jesus loved […]