Tag Archives: Spirituality


The Power of Gratitude: A Journey through Hebrew, Jewish, and Christian Traditions

“Gratitude is the key to happiness.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Gratitude is a universal human emotion, deeply embedded in the fabric of cultures around the world. Yet, it holds a particularly profound significance in Hebrew and Jewish traditions, where it is not merely an emotion but a way of life.This deep-rooted appreciation for blessings received has profoundly impacted Christianity and, subsequently, American culture and the world at large.


When Helplessness Becomes Power

When we place our trust in Christ for personal forgiveness and righteousness (a right relationship with God), we embark on a spiritual journey. Along this path, our aim is to taste the freedom of approaching God on His terms, without the need for our own performance. For many, this promising start is succeeded by years of striving to lead a spiritual life. Why? I believe it’s because a part of our inner makeup is inherently religious. “Religion” revolves around my endeavors to please God. Genuine spirituality revolves around my relationship with God through Christ, given freely and received freely.


Journey Through the Book of Romans: Embracing Your True Identity in Christ

Few years ago, I embarked on a journey into the Book of Romans. At that time I took with me the men who are part of Hill Cities. I hope you can join us as I revisit my series on Romans and make it available to my online audience.