Imago Dei

March 19, 2018

The LIE Christians Tell About The Gospel

The same old lies and justifications came flooding back. “Jesus, knows things we don’t,” and “There had be some level of repentance in Mathew” and “Jesus couldn’t help that the other tax collectors came.” And lastly, crux of what I call the “lie,” someone said, “Pastor, Jesus would never let someone follow Him unless they were truly repentant.” That was a lie!
March 8, 2018

Direct Talk On Doubt

Shame, and shaming, only exposes our own noir de nadir fears, that perhaps their doubt is true, and that Jesus won’t show up, and our only option it to silence them, with force if necessary, before it spreads. Understand though, if you engage in such nonsense it is because you lack faith in the ability of Jesus to show up and prove himself.
March 6, 2017

RACISM: MORE THAN SKIN DEEP

RACISM: MORE THAN SKIN DEEP Exploring Racism and Christianity By Pastor Vinnie     Can a Christian be racist? And if he/she is racist, is that […]
December 28, 2016

Unkept Promises

Unkept Promises By Vinnie MacIsaac   Have you ever watched the movie “Stand By Me”? It is my favorite movie of all time1 and it is […]
December 27, 2016

Love Letters In The Sand

Love Letters In The Sand Go And Sin No More By Vinnie MacIsaac There was a crash. The door broke in. Light shone into the broken […]
December 23, 2016

Scars: The Tattoos of Faith

Scars The Tattoos of Faith By Vinnie MacIsaac Scars. Life wounds scabbing over. Everyone has them. In faith, out of faith, it is all the same, […]
December 23, 2016

MORE! [A good use for greed?]

MORE! The Bionic Believer Meets Peter Pan In La La Land By Vinnie MacIsaac   More. More. More. And give me more, please! I want More! […]
December 23, 2016

Dude! MAN-UP!

Dude! MAN-UP! “The Meat and Potatoes of “Faith and Manhood.” By Vinnie MacIsaac A blog entry for men who are struggling with trusting faith. Sorry ladies, […]
December 22, 2016

Give My People My Word!

Give My People My Word! A Testimony of the Faith Jesus has in us. By Vinnie MacIsaac When I was just a young boy a wise […]