Worship the King!

Posted by Worldview Warriors On Monday, December 22, 2008 0 comments

The time to celebrate the birth of the worlds Savior is right around the corner.

He is our Creator and Lord.

Jesus Christ, He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. For by Jesus all things were created; whether thrones or powers or rules or authorities; all things were created by Jesus and for Jesus. He is before all things, and in him all things hold together. And He is the head of the body, the church, He is the beginning and the firstborn from among the dead, so that in everything He might have the supremacy. For God was pleased to have all His fullness dwell in Him, and through Him to reconcile to Himself all things, whether things on earth or things in heaven, by making peace through His blood, shed on the cross.
Colossians 1:15 – 20

I just find it so incredible that somehow Jesus, while he was a babe in a manger, was able to hold all things together. Plus, think about it, He created all things for Himself. He loves us so much! Please think of what Jesus has given to you and thank Him for all of it. Have a very Merry Christmas!

From all of us here at Worldview Warriors
John 3:16-18


What Are You Thankful For?

Posted by Worldview Warriors On Thursday, November 27, 2008 0 comments

Today is a day to remember what we are thankful for and how God continues to bless us. With many people saying how bad the economy is and how it is effecting their lives I thought I would focus on how truly good we have it here in the United States.

Personally, my family and my needs are being met. As I’m sure yours are too. What do I mean by this? Needs not wants. For instance, my wife and I want a bigger house to live in, however, we live in a three bedroom, one bath home with six children all 9 years old and younger. When people hear this they say things like, “How do you do it?” or “Oh, that must be difficult, you really should get a bigger place.” I think to myself, yeah but we have shelter and compared to many others in the world who are living in a one or two room house with a dirt floor were doing pretty well.

I am thankful for our family and friends that love and care for us all across this great land and through out the world. We love you all and thank God for all of you. This then makes me think of the orphans through out the world who’s parents have either died or just abandoned them. I think of the orphanage I served in on a trip to Belize and I am still tore up about what I saw and experienced. I think about the orphans in Hyderbad, India with our good friends Phillip and Sashi. Many of them have experienced things we couldn’t even dream of. Please pray for them as they need help in people going there and working with the kids as well as prayer and finances.

I am thankful for the good food God blesses us with. I thank God for the farmer that is willing to put in the hard work tending to his crops so that we can eat. Yes, God makes them grow but without the farmers patience and steadiness we would not have food. Thank you farmers. Thank you God that we can eat three times (and sometimes more) a day.

I am thankful for $1.49 per gallon gas in Ohio.

I am thankful for being raised in a Christian home even though When I was younger I didn’t appreciate it.

I am thankful for my wife who makes me a better man than I am.

I am thankful for children that are not only healthy but who are obedient and honoring in all they do.

I am thankful for God and His love, grace and mercy on me and on all of us. He is so good!

So, what are you thankful for? Are things really as bad as the media makes it seem? I know times are harder than in the past but let’s continue to focus on Christ. He will supply our needs. Please write us and let us know what you are thankful for, what you think about this article and how God is working in your life.

Say What?

Posted by Worldview Warriors On Friday, October 10, 2008 1 comments

Interesting Teachings from a Psychology Class:

Recently a college student in Ohio emailed me about her concerns with the professor's teaching and curriculum in her psychology class.

One aspect that concerned her was her professor's staunch belief that evolution is a fact. He stated that believing otherwise was comparable to believing that the world is flat. As proof for evolution, he used Ernst Haeckel's embryo drawing, which, it is interesting to note, were found to be fraudulent (found fake) by Professor His in 1874. This student was also concerned that the professor will be showing his class (I am not making this up) videos of monkeys having sex. (The students joke that these videos are called monkey porn on campus.)

Is this really the depth to which our culture has fallen? Unfortunately, the answer is a resounding "yes!"

My wife, Jaya, and I were able to encourage and equip this young woman with the truth of the Bible. We pointed out many truths that are supported by science (which include, for instance, creation, Intelligent Design, and a worldwide flood). We prayed with her and explained the logical relationship between her professor's thinking and his belief in evolution. She now realizes that her professor is a materialist who denies anything spiritual or anything that he cannot scientifically explain.

Needless to say, it has been an interesting fall at Worldview Warriors already! We want to stand in the gap with you! We want to equip students, like you, to impact not only your generation, but also the generation before you for Jesus Christ.