Sinner and Saint

A Day For All Sinners and Saints

BY KYLE G JONES

It’s been my experience that All Saints’ Day, celebrated on November 1st and observed on the first Sunday following, gets overshadowed by the celebration of Reformation Day. This often overlooked church holiday embraces every major aspect of Christianity and grounds the Christian in realities only realized in Christ.

A Day For All Sinners and Saints

Clumsy, Messy, Children of the Promise

BY DONAVON RILEY

Whenever I read the Genesis account of Abraham, I’m more impressed that he’s often a clumsy, mess of a man than that it’s “faith that’s accounted to him as righteousness.” Abraham is godless when God comes to him. Terah, Abraham, and their whole family live right down the road from Babel. They worship the goddess Nana.

Clumsy, Messy, Children of the Promise

Our Tainted Acts Of Grace

BY BONNIE PETROSCHUK

People have often tended, quite wrongly, to view me as saintly.  I attribute that undeserved reputation to the fact I have always had a very strong sense of the kind of person I should be.  I would describe my ideal persona as one who was conscientiously obedient and loving.

Our Tainted Acts Of Grace