The Church: An Army of One (Another’s)

In the previous post, The Battle for Sunday, I made the case for being real and being ready at church. These are crucial steps that help prevent Sunday from being an "event". Events are impersonal and isolated occurrences. In contrast, the Church is a body, and its members should be connected to one another by more… Continue reading The Church: An Army of One (Another’s)

The Battle for Sunday

For many families across the country, Sunday mornings are a time of fellowship and worship. It's a time to gather and to listen to the preaching of God's Word. Many people love church. Getting there is another story. Even from my childhood I can find memories of grief, anger, and struggle as my mother dressed… Continue reading The Battle for Sunday

Counting Joys

Time is our most precious commodity. More than cash, diamonds, or gold. Everything costs us time. Businesses will employ you - exchanging money for your time. Books will enrich you - trading knowledge for your time. Games, exercise, sleep. Everything takes time. Trials take time too. They aren't planned events, and they often last longer than… Continue reading Counting Joys

Summa Scriptura

October 31st 2017 will mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. On that day in history, Martin Luther nailed his "95 Theses" to the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church, which called into question the Roman Catholic Church's practice of selling "indulgences". This single act is credited with igniting the flame that became the… Continue reading Summa Scriptura