Jesus is the Cornerstone, and he has selected twelve Foundation Stones. To these he now adds seventy-two precious stones who become a part of his divine house. As ministers, our names are to be added to theirs, for we are his workmanship — precious stones selected, cut, shaped, buffed, and meticulously placed in his glorious … More An Encouraging Word to Weary Ministers
Could we be wrongly reading the Bible? Regularly, could we be opening the pages of Scripture, filling our minds with God’s narratives, and coming away with wrong goals and conclusions? Could it be we are over-emphasizing the character and conduct of our Old Testament heroes? Are we guilty of misapplying what we read about Jesus and his New Covenant Apostles? Friends, … More Jesus’ Work in Dull Disciples
At the present time, I am not a very popular person in my country. As a white, southern, conservative, upper-middle class, evangelical, protestant, Christian who is ordained, straight, absolutist, and motivated, I am persona non grata – an unwelcome individual. So how am I — as one who on the issue of Gay Marriage stands with … More How Ought Christians to Respond to the Societal Ethical Shift?