Weekend Links There are two links below that I wish every Christian in America would take the time to read/hear. John Piper and Jonathan Parnell’s insight into the current state of the debate on Homosexuality in America, though brief, is brilliant. The link that follows it with two longer video’s of Doug Wilson’s recent lectures … More Perplexing Leadership; John Piper; Emotional Intelligence; Myths about the Church; Tea Party Corrections; Homosexual Intolerance
Finally! The book, Picking a President: (Or Any Other Elected Official) is at the printers and should be available at all fine bookstores by late July. The book will be priced at $13.95 in paperback and $3.99 on Kindle. You will be able to order at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, LifeWay Christian Bookstores and most … More Picking a President Book is at the Printer!
Wednesday is for Prayer Oh how I want every one who knows me to read this post by Jonathan Parnell and to listen to this four minute video by John Piper. Here’s just a few reasons. Last year, I published a book titled, Picking a President: Or any other elected official and I don’t want it … More “Your Pastor is Not Your Political Activist”
Monday is for Discussion Looking more closely at what God did with the Ethiopian Eunuch. Here are the facts as we know them: He is from Ethiopia (vs. 27) He is a Eunuch (vs. 27) –probably by choice rather than physical cutting or birth else he would not be able to enter the Temple (Assuming … More Learning to Trust the Spirit from the Ethiopian Eunuch
Weekend Links Weekend links for your edification. I found these helpful and instructive. Some of them need some “wiggle room.” Some are suggestive rather than definitive. Some will alarm and others will encourage. But all will stretch you and give you more fuel to change your world. I hope the annotations will help you decide … More Killing Calvinism; Killing Sin; Dispensing with Good Enough; Suffering Well; and so much more
Friday is for Heart Songs A Brief Exposition of Philippians 2:5-9 Peter was right. The apostle Paul’s letters are filled with “things hard to understand!” If only Paul were walking the face of the earth today and could see the confusion his writings engender. Perhaps no single passage of Paul is more controversial than the … More Examining the “Emptying” of Christ in Philippians 2
Thursday is for Discipleship Yesterday you led a friend to Christ. It was a genuine conversion. He saw his sin. He saw his Savior. He desired the Kingdom and when it all came together, he embraced the King and the Kingdom, repented of his sin and placed his faith in the resurrected Christ and His … More So He Converted. Now What? (or What do you feed an infant Christian?)
Wednesday is for Prayer Earlier today I learned that Steve Saint, son of Nate Saint, the martyred missionary to the Auca Indian tribe of Ecuador was injured in an accident at the headquarters of I-TECUSA (Indigenous Peoples Technology and Education Center). There is a powerful video out of his recovery in the hospital as well as … More Remembering Warriors for the Cross in Their Time of Need
Churches are Doing Much and Accomplishing Little.
I started this discussion on LinkedIn. See what uyou think and add your thouts by clicking on the link.. Give three ways house churches might help penetrate our growing post-Christian culture..