Category Archives: Grace

Three Faith Films–And What They Fail to Say about Faith

They’ve been calling 2014 the Year of the Faith Film. I know that in the evangelical community I tend to find myself thrust into, people were pumped about that. Perhaps Hollywood was waking up from its superhero love fest and rediscovering that the Good Book has its own caped crusaders (well, toga-ed, or whatever it […]

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Forgiveness That Isn’t?

Keith had seen Franklin Fastener, his great-great-great-grandfather’s company, through many trials in his tenure since taking over from his dad at the tender age of 30. The company made the best nuts and bolts in America. Which is why it pained Keith to think that he might have to close it down on his watch. […]

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We Need a Whole Lot More Grace

Sometimes, I think we don’t have any idea what grace is. This seems unbelievable to me, given that grace is one of the bedrock distinctives of the Christian faith. When we talk about freeing people from their locked chains, grace is the key in that lock. But beyond the grace that God gives that allows […]

by Dan EdelenComments (4)

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