“Following” someone has taken on new meaning in our social media age. Though, twitter and facebook users weren’t the first to ask us to follow. Aside the sea of Galilee Jesus said, “follow me,” to a handful of eager fishermen. In this sermon from Lucas Kitchen, find out what “follow me” means.
Join us next week at 9:00 a.m. CDT as we start a new LIVE seven-week series: Test Your Testimony. Kathryn Wright will be walking us through common types of salvation testimonies, problems that arise with them, and practical tips to help you understand and share your salvation testimony more clearly.
If you listen to the news, or social media, the world is falling apart. Right? But who knows, really? Maybe we’re on the brink of disaster, or maybe things are just fine. It’s harder than ever to say one way or the other. One thing is for sure (at least to me) News outlets and […]
After we have stuffed ourselves with holiday cookies, pies, and pastries, we vow to repair the damage we have inflicted on our waistlines. We are determined to lose weight, get in shape, eat healthier; the list goes on. We tell ourselves that the new year will be better if we can only meet our goals.
Reviewed By Midwest Book Review “Impressively well written, organized and presented, “Naked Grace” is an extraordinary Christian memoir and unreservedly recommended reading for all members of the Christian community regardless of denominational affiliations. While highly recommended for community library Contemporary American Biography collections it should be noted for personal reading lists that “Naked Grace” is […]
Part 1 of 5Gospel Of MarkJoin Lucas Kitchen as he teaches through Mark 1:1-15. In this sermon, you will discover what Jesus meant when he said, “The Kingdom Is At Hand.” You will also, find out what the gospel of Mark means when it says, “John preached a baptism of repentance for the remission of […]
In the year 1850, the following lines by the famed Victorian poet, Tennyson, were published. Ring out the old, ring in the new,Ring, happy bells, across the snow:The year is going, let him go;Ring out the false, ring in the new. Tennyson In this second stanza of his much-loved poem, “Ring out, wild bells,” the […]
Lucas was interviewed by Colleen Houde on the Canadian Radio show Connections to talk about his book Naked Grace. This aired in December of 2020. Free grace international does not endorse the views expressed by those who appear (other than Lucas) on the following video.
“But I don’t understand,” Jamesh said, after the broadcast had concluded. “Dusk happens at a different time depending on where in the empire you are, right?” “That’s right,” Avi said. He glanced at his father, seeing if he wanted to answer the questions. His dad watched but said nothing.
Over the past two years the Free Grace Women community has been growing from its roots of just ten ladies with a passion for sharing the free grace message to over 150. We want to see this community grow even more so we are moving our blog to Free Grace International. Free Grace Women is […]
Mary had just received news that she was pregnant, by the Holy Spirit, with the Messiah. And her immediate response? An expression of faith. Then Mary said, “Behold the maidservant of the Lord! Let it be to me according to Your Word.” Luke 1:38
I think it would be an understatement to say that 2020 has been quite the year. While this year has gone differently than any of us planned, I hope you can look back and see God’s hand at work in your life throughout it all. This Christmas season may look different from years past. We […]
As Christmas approaches, I find myself filled with excitement as I think about ideas regarding how to make the season magical for my children. What presents should I buy? How should I decorate the house? What traditions do I want to start for my children? I find myself quickly slipping into the more worldly aspects […]
Part 1 of 3For The Sake Of The KingDescription: Are you afraid of being bored in the afterlife? In FOR THE SAKE OF THE KING, Lucas Kitchen crafts an imaginative tale that is more than it appears to be. This novel isn’t just the fantastic story of Avi, an aspiring song-poet, on an epic quest. […]
Part 3 of 3Famous PreachersFrancis Chan is a mega-church preacher, international speaker, best-selling author, and much more. With all of that credit to his name, one would expect him to be a trustworthy source of biblical teaching. However, Francis Chan has confused thousands of people with a convoluted presentation of the gospel message. Take a […]
My husband’s birthday is one week before Christmas. One of our first holiday seasons together as newlyweds, we were having dinner with his family celebrating his birthday early in December. As everyone was nearly finished eating, his brother announced he thought we should just go ahead and celebrate Christmas together…that night. My incredibly cool, easy-going, […]
Amber usually didn’t drink coffee at night, but she didn’t tell Benjamin that. They had been hanging out for the last few weeks after meeting in a math class at their college. She had become increasingly comfortable with him as time had passed, and now considered him one of her best friends.
I love watching The Great British Baking Show. Baking is relaxing for me, but watching other people bake beautiful treats I’ve never heard of whilst discussing the process in English accents is even more relaxing. Each week the bakers are presented with a technical challenge. One week the technical challenge was to make an angel […]
I’m going to skip the boring parts. Here’s what you need to know: My five-year-old daughter, Eily, got Covid. She and I quarantined together and had no symptoms. Thus began the magic. We’ve hunted for treasure through mysterious trails carved in the autumn leaves. We went on forest adventures in the enchanted wood that touches […]
Part 3 of 13Kids Curriculum Set #1
When I was in high school, there was a prominent Christian music scene in our area. There were so many Christian rock bands that anyone you talked to inevitably played bass, or drums, or electric guitar and was trying to pull together a musical act. At one time, I was in no less than six bands because drummers who could keep a steady rhythm and be on time to practice were in short supply.
When I was in high school, there was a prominent Christian music scene in our area. There were so many Christian rock bands that anyone you talked to inevitably played bass, or drums, or electric guitar and was trying to pull together a musical act.
Part 3 of 15Things Above
When I was at Letourneau University, I was asked to host the yearly comedy show on campus. It was attended by a thousand or more college students who were eager to laugh. I had to do a handful of comedy sketches, which was both exhilarating and frightening.