In a continuation of my post on Monday, Isms, Addictions and Culture, I am reflecting on the dangers facing our culture today.
Recently, I was watching a debate over the current landscape of marriage in America.
“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by this some have entertained angels without knowing it” (Hebrews 13:2).
I started to write this blog and realized that it was waaaay too long. There is a lot to cover so I have broken it up into parts. I post every Monday, Wednesday and Friday so if you are interested, you can follow along and see where this particular adventure takes you…
I recently wrote to invite you to enlist your pastor to participate in our seventh annual Pulpit Freedom Sunday, October 5, and your response has been phenomenal.
Love and Sexuality
Yesterday I started talking about the lies that women often believe about men. Today I want to tackle another one: Men only want one thing.
AUTHOR: Denny Burk
My previous post generated some great discussion, ranging from "Can't we all just get along" comments to sentiments of "If we just practiced discipleship, evangelism would take care of itself." Others seemed surprised that anyone in their right (renewed) mind would ever try to separate t
It seems to me that there is a constant discussion, or you could call it a debate (or you could even call it a family fight) among us evangelicals over whether we should be focusing all our attention and efforts on evangelism or discipleship.
When my heart was prompted to write about a touchy subject like Church hurt, I honestly didn't know where to start.
Clearly I’m not the only one sickened by the story of Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens’ now former running back, and Janay Palmer (now Janay Rice).
“Shepherd the church of God which He purchased with His own blood” (Acts 20:28). Imagine this. You’re the captain of a mighty airship–a 747, let’s say.
There is nothing easy about parenting, and nothing easy about the responsibility of training our children in obedience through discipline.
By Clayton King Opportunity is a funny thing. Sometimes you can see it coming a mile away. You have time to prepare for it, you have time to pray about it, and you're totally ready when it arrives. bolt. No warning whatsoever.
Don’t let Satan give you the “what if” business. Realize that 99% of his influence over you depends on you believing his doomsday prophecies.
I am afraid of 3 very silly things that are completely illogical . .Math, spiders, and clowns.
When you invite Jesus into your heart, you better make sure there is room for Him.
What do I do if my marriage is in crisis, but he doesn’t think it’s a big deal a
We All Sin and Fall Short.
This morning was one of those days where I was just done. We’ve all had a time like this.
What leads people away from religion and into atheism? That’s the question that fascinated Larry Taunton so much that he launched a nationwide series of interviews with hundreds of college-age atheists.
My marriage was a wreck. My wife and I were talking, and we even occasionally got along, but we were more like roommates.
When I wouldn’t let my fiancé see my face—my face without makeup, that is—I knew something had to change.
Another community has been devastated by one gun in the hands of someone who used temporary anguish to create permanent loss.
We’re all vulnerable. Everyone who walks in the church door can be helped or hurt in what happens during the next hour. Whether saint or sinner, preacher or pew-sitter, oldtimer or newcomer, child or geezer, everyone is vulnerable, and should be treated respectfully, faithfully, carefully.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) has recently published an article ;and accompanying video ;explaining the mystery behind its temple garments.
I don't know about you, but I'm tired of the world bullying Christians to be silent for the simple fact that its “unreasonable”, misunderstood or contradictory.