Weekend Links: Sobering Help for Sinning Saints

Christianity, Help for Preachers, Devotion “Oh, . . . and I’m Bi-Sexual”   Some counsel on how to relate to the faddish announcement of sexual experimentation. Preaching through Romans?    If you are preaching through or studying the book of Romans, after you have read the book, and read the book again, this would be a … More Weekend Links: Sobering Help for Sinning Saints

Rate this:

Gosnell Violence; Atheist Delemmas; Better Ministry Thinking; The Art of Fool-making and much more

Weekend Links The Gosnell Murder trial in Philadelphia and the horrors being uncovered there are probably just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the abortion industry. Here’s a controversial comparison: The left’s silence on this case is equivalent to the Roman Catholic Church’s silence on decades of sexual abuse. The difference is the … More Gosnell Violence; Atheist Delemmas; Better Ministry Thinking; The Art of Fool-making and much more

Rate this:

Seeking Peace and External Shows of Unity

Wednesday is for Prayer I love this quote form James MacDonald of Harvest Bible Chapel. “Loving interaction with the pastor down the street would advance the kingdom more than suspicious silence.” —James MacDonald Pastor, Church Planter, seek out another pastor and pray with him this week. Go to his place, ask him to pray with … More Seeking Peace and External Shows of Unity

Rate this:

Perplexing Leadership; John Piper; Emotional Intelligence; Myths about the Church; Tea Party Corrections; Homosexual Intolerance

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

Rate this:

Eric Metaxes; T.D.Jakes; James MacDonald; The Elephant Room; G.K. Chesterton and much more

Weekend Links If there is one link you click on here, let it be the first. Eric Metaxas gave an outstanding and bold address at the National Prayer breakfast that truly should not be missed. As always, I don’t vouch for all these links except to say that they are all thought provoking and that’s … More Eric Metaxes; T.D.Jakes; James MacDonald; The Elephant Room; G.K. Chesterton and much more

Rate this:

Letting People Go with Dignity; Public Rebuke Warranted? Atheism’s Irrational Nature; and much more

Weekend Links Don’t miss the link comparing Time magazine covers for the USA market and Time covers for the European and Asian markets. It is sad, shocking and depressing to see how shallow the marketing people at Time think the America people are. Maybe more sad is that they may be right. As always, your … More Letting People Go with Dignity; Public Rebuke Warranted? Atheism’s Irrational Nature; and much more

Rate this:

Multi-Site Churches; Celebrity Pastors; Protestants and Catholics; and the Gospel of Steve Jobs

Disappointing night with the Phillies losing to the Cardinals but I still belong to Jesus, so not really a big deal. These weekend’s links are filled with provocative thoughts and insight. As always, I read ’em, I link ’em, and post ’em, but that doesn’t mean I agree with all that is in them. Growing … More Multi-Site Churches; Celebrity Pastors; Protestants and Catholics; and the Gospel of Steve Jobs

Rate this:

Preaching the Gospel in Gospel Denying Culture

Ours is a time that has a remarkable number of great, nationally known preachers, I think of men like John Piper, C.J. Mahaney, Ligon Duncan, Tim Keller, James MacDonald, and yet a growing neglect of preaching by both pastors and congregations.  Too many want fluff and sentimental stories rather than The Story of redemption. The … More Preaching the Gospel in Gospel Denying Culture

Rate this: