Friends, we are called as disciples to "preach the Word" and be "ready in season and out of season", when the circumstances are for us and when they are against us. We are told to "convince, rebuke, exhort, with all long-suffering and teaching" (2 Timothy 4:2). Why? Because "the time will come when people will not endure sound … Continue reading Your Compromise isn’t a Virtue
It's been a week filled with all kinds of hoopla in Christian blogger-land. I believe the issue is much bigger than the players involved, so I'll stick to the bare facts for starters. On one side, we have an ultra popular Christian author for (Jen Hatmaker) who came out on her blog in support of … Continue reading Christian Leaders Who Drift and a God who Never Will…
"You've got to know when to hold'em, know when to fold 'em Know when to walk away, know when to run..." Thanks Kenny Rodgers, this is some wisdom right here. I'm going to tie it in with some Charles Spurgeon, so bear with me here... The idea of compromising in order to win people … Continue reading Unity at all Costs?
There was a survey out this week saying that Christianity in America is on the decline. Seventy percent of us still identify as 'Christian' in some kind of way, but apparently that majority is shrinking. The percentage of people identifying themselves as "nothing in particular" grew by leaps and bounds. Nothing in particular, because church is … Continue reading The “Nothing in Particular” Crowd