Being a Redeemer at Home

The word redeemer, from the Hebrew word gaal (gaw-al), denotes someone who acts on behalf of another as their avenger or deliverer. It implies that they do for another that which they otherwise could not do for themselves. As Christians, we have come to recognize that this is exactly what Christ did when He carried out our punishmentContinue reading “Being a Redeemer at Home”

False Promises of Power

The illusion of having power can take on many forms. When we speak of “power” we don’t just mean financial power (though that applies). We don’t just mean positional power (though that applies). And we don’t just mean social or psychological power (though that applies as well). We mean EVERY FORM OF POWER you willContinue reading “False Promises of Power”