Do You Really Possess Eternal Life?

Keith KettenringBible Insights, Christian Living, The Uncommon Journey

As a young boy, I “came to Christ” after a time of feeling guilty about my sin. I was told that I had received eternal life and was now going to heaven. I’m discovering that what I was told wasn’t the half of it. [featured-image single_newwindow=”false”] “I Want More of God”  You desire to know God and love him more. … Read More

Another One Bites the Dust

Keith KettenringChristian Living, Ministry Leaders, The Uncommon Journey

Another popular evangelical leader has fallen. Admitting his marital infidelity and his wife’s affair, he resigned from the pastoral position of a high-profile Florida church and his own complimentary ministry. Last week it was announced that he and his wife are divorcing, the marriage apparently beyond repair. [featured-image single_newwindow=”false”] Poor Reactions In reading about these sad events, I fight two … Read More

Your Life is Not Your Own

Keith KettenringBible Insights, Christian Living, The Uncommon Journey

Why do you exist? I’m talking about your whole being – body, mind, heart, soul, relationships. Why do you have a body? A mind? A heart? A soul? Relationships? You have been designed by God like this in order to participate in the life of Jesus Christ as his life is lived in you. [featured-image single_newwindow=”false”] “Apart from Me,” Jesus … Read More

Defeating Spiritual Insanity

Keith KettenringChristian Living, Prayer & Fasting, The Uncommon Journey

You know the definition of insanity, right? “Doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results.” Apply that to your spiritual life. You are not happy with the results of your devotional life, of what you receive at church, of the books you read, or the interactions with other Christians. You expect to see more change in your … Read More

Welcome to The UnCommon Journey of Transformation

Keith KettenringChristian Living, The Uncommon Journey

Welcome to a new blog site dedicated to you and your spiritual journey. It is written in a straightforward and honest, but loving, manner. It is filled with time-honored yet easily accessible principles and points which you can apply to your life little by little. A majestic oak tree does not spring up overnight. It quietly and consistently draws from … Read More