The message had always been the same: Leave your opinions outside the stadium. But this August, something changed, and the sports world erupted.

How do I, when I see that someone else’s conscience has been seared and corrupted, help that person, especially if they don’t feel like they need help? I know only God can change someone’s heart through the Holy Spirit. Should I simply pray the Holy Spirit doesn’t let go of him? The answer most likely depends on the openness or willingness of the person you are talking about. And, it is probably not necessary for him to see his need at this point in order for you to be helpful.   There are three things that enable us to have a healthy conscience, or…

I strive always to keep my conscience clear before God and man. (Acts 24:16)  Conscience gives you the ability to evaluate your own thoughts and desires, to discern what is right and wrong, and to distinguish between what is good and what is best.   To help us get a handle on conscience and how it functions, I want you to think about an alarm clock. A good alarm clock does two things: It stays quiet when you should be asleep, and it makes a noise when you need to wake up!  That’s how your conscience is supposed to work. When…