Six Things the Church in America Must Understand (and change)

Working on a Six Part Series “Six Things the Church in America Must Understand” We are not as mature as we think we are. We are not as bold as we ought to be. We are not as prayerful as we once were. We aren’t as generous as we could be. We aren’t as focused … More Six Things the Church in America Must Understand (and change)

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The Lies We Tell Ourselves

No nation produces better novels than Russia. It isn’t even close. Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Pasternack, Chekhov, Nabakov, Solzhenitsyn, Turgenev, these are men whose greatest books are worthy of being read multiple times and who have enraptured the imagination of millions all over the world. Crime and Punishment and the Brothers Karamozov by Dostoevsky are filled with such … More The Lies We Tell Ourselves

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Even the Worst: Preparing for the Lord’s Supper

The church at Corinth was a basket case–maybe one of the worst churches in the Apostle Paul’s experience. They were selfish. They were snobbish. They were segregated. They were sexually perverted. They were theologically undisciplined. They were unloving. They were divisive and argumentative. With that knowledge of the church, Paul talks about what the Lord’s … More Even the Worst: Preparing for the Lord’s Supper

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