Tag Archives: Church

Concerning the Nature of Belief: Part 2

Worship is where Christ woos his bride, and until we are captured with that love, then our belief will always lie in our head.

The Value of Vacation Bible School

Handing out flyers to invite children to VBS tells your community that they are welcome to enter your building. It may seem obvious, but people don’t want to go somewhere if they don’t feel like it is a welcoming place.

Target: Bathrooms and Boycotts

“Christians often react to the deconstruction of sex and gender, and they should offer a reasoned response to it (i.e., retain convictions) in a spirit of mutual respect (i.e., with civility) and a pastoral heart of compassion.”

Church Revitalization – Reflections from the IX Marks Weekender

This weekend I am attending the IX Marks weekender at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. Although I have been impressed by the weekender here, I have also noticed that I’m not hearing anything revolutionary. This doesn’t mean that the conference is not good or biblical, it means that the church I attend is […]
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In Defense Against Abortion

In Defense Against Abortion or Defending Against the Murder and Sale of the Unborn and Partially-born Today an investigative journalism piece was released accusing affiliates of Planned Parenthood of selling aborted babies’ body parts. The abortion issue has been slowly simmering, and this investigation may be the heat that turns that simmer into a boil. […]
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Obergefell v. Hodges: Dissention for Consideration

Today the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a decision regarding Marriage, Homosexuality, Religious Liberty, and Democracy. Although there is much to be considered in the opinion of the majority and in the dissention of the minority, the fact is that the majority declared, “The Court now holds that same-sex couples may exercise […]
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Book Review: City on a Hill

In City on a Hill, Philip Graham Ryken demonstrates that the biblical pattern for the church must remain despite 21st century obstacles. He argues that the biblical model for the Christian life, and for the church, remains unchanged in the face of the culture wars which are re-shaping the worldviews of believers and unbelievers alike. […]
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