Adam Groza writes about a mission field likely in your town or city. "You may even drive by one on your way to work," he writes, noting that college campuses are "a mission field ripe for harvest."
Adam Groza examines the pitfalls of the idea of "global citizenship" as an answer to the world's immigration issues. Even with "the cool-factor of star power," it would be a global disaster, he writes.
Adam Groza reflects on an analogy voiced by Charles Spurgeon on beards and personal integrity. A pastor's trust, Groza writes, is on public display and is "easy to lose and difficult to regain."
It is more difficult for atheists to deal with the problem of evil than for Christians, Adam Groza writes. "If there is no God … then moral outrage is reduced to collective emotionalism, social posturing or political maneuvering."
If the NFL gets its first openly gay player, Adam Groza notes that the culture may celebrate a new view of a "real man," but it will not change the biblical view of men who are faithful to Christ, to His church and to their wives and families.