Answer Social Media Unfriending & Unfollowing With Christ’s Love

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I was being called to honor others more than myself, to not let selfishness or pride be my guide. I was being called to love as Christ loved. Tonight is a night of lessons for me to learn, and I figured I would give a peak into the journey of my heart when hurt tonight—how the sausage was made. Pardon the metaphor, my Messianic Jewish friends. Social media continues to be a challenging battleground to show Christ’s love towards others—for all of us. The very human battle I experienced tonight was that I discovered that someone I had considered a …

The March For Life, 46 Years After Roe v. Wade

Stephen Agnew Abortion, Who Am I? Leave a Comment

“Amazing Grace, How sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me I once was lost, but now am found T’was blind but now I see” Today’s the ‘March For Life’, marking 46 years since SCOTUS legalized abortion. Today I wanted to share a story of redemption. 20 years ago this coming summer, I helped my best friend get an abortion. She was raped while studying overseas, and feared facing her strict Asian parents back here at home. She called me desperately crying her eyes out, pleading for my help. Full of deep sadness for her, I raised the money …

My Greatest Sin, A Wretched Man, Amazing Grace

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“Amazing grace, how sweet the sound. That saved a wretch like me. I once was lost, but now I’m found. Was blind, but now I see so clearly. Hallelujah, grace like rain falls down on me. Hallelujah, all my stains are washed away.” ~ Todd Agnew, ‘Grace Like Rain’ The years we collect seem to directly correlate with the scars that we carry, the wounds of regrets from our less wiser and more vulnerable years.      There’s a scar that I’ve carried inside of me for the last 18 years, it haunts me in my dreams and begs for my …