Weekend Links: Spring Deserves Some Good Reading Material

Yesterday, I got home in time to take a short ride on my bike and got an eye full of the Wysteria, Azaleas and Dogwoods all in bloom. Every mile was filled with the sights and smells of Spring. It’s a great time of year. Fun, Sports, and Entertainment Aaron Nola Writes an Article on … More Weekend Links: Spring Deserves Some Good Reading Material

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Church Shooting in Texas: How Should We Respond?

Today, the nation, the Christian community, and the little town of Sutherland Springs, TX, in particular, are mourning the senseless carnage of another mass shooting. This morning, while the carnage was going on in Texas, I was preaching on a text (Matthew 10:24-42) that predicted that such things would be the part of the Christian … More Church Shooting in Texas: How Should We Respond?

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The Constantinian Problem and Opportunity

Yesterday I read a quote by John Howard Yoder, that prior to the conversion of Constantine and the Roman Empire, “it took great conviction to stand for Christ. After Constantine (A.D. 272-337), it took great courage and conviction to not stand for Christ.” The Church grew rapidly from the resurrection to Constantine but when Christianity … More The Constantinian Problem and Opportunity

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