While being able to string a couple of days together to step aside from the ordinary course of events is nice, it’s not always possible or practical. But we can look for those brief breathers to the race before us, the rest stop into which we can pull off to stretch our legs, clear our minds, appreciate our surroundings, and refresh our bodies.Read More
Iron Works Church Blog
We are excited to see the movement of prayer that has begun to take shape at Iron Works. In response, we’ve received this blog submission from Jim Cicman, who's been thinking about ways to respond to the relationship between Christianity and the culture. We invite others to share their responses to this movement as well.Read More
What comes to mind when you think of spiritual warfare? Perhaps images of Linda Blair’s contorted face or spinning head from the movie, The Exorcist. Those more biblically-minded might think of Jesus casting out a legion of demons, sending them into a herd of pigs to plunge over a cliff. Or, maybe you can find no other explanation for some experience of dark oppression, so you start to consider something demonic.Read More
I was on the tennis court, ready to receive serve, when I felt dizzy. That set me on an unplanned crash course on heart disease that included knowing symptoms of heart failure.
Spiritual heart failure is a serious matter as well, one which plagues us all.Read More
There are a few voices that dominate and lead the conversations on sexual dispositions of the culture. Living a healthy celibate life as a single is not one of them.
The Socrates of our culture silently whispers, “A chaste life isn’t worth living,” and goads us to believe that lie.Read More