The right to spend our money however we please (Matt. 6:19–21).
The right to hate an enemy (Matt. 5:43–48).
The right to be honored and served (Mark 10:42–47).
The right to understand God’s plan before we obey (Heb. 11:8).
The right to live life by our own rules (John 14:23–24).
The right to hold a grudge (Col. 3:13).
The right to fit into society (Rom. 12:2; Gal. 1:10).
The right to do whatever feels good (Gal. 5:16–17; 1 Peter 4:2).
The right to complain. (Phil 2:14)
The right to put self first. (Phil. 2:3–4).
The right to express one’s sexuality in ways that are contrary to the ways of God (1 Cor. 6:18–20).
The right to rebel against authority (1 Peter 2:13–15).
The right to sue another believer (1 Cor. 6:1–8).
The right to end a disappointing marriage (Matt. 5:31–32).
Chris grew up with a loving family and in a moral home, but despite his upbringing, he was a sinner in need of grace. In his sophomore year of college, Chris yielded his life to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. He began to devour the Word and was soon helping to lead bible studies, outreaches, and worship at church. He married his beautiful wife, Tara, in the summer of 2000.