Here's a thought-provoking article that appeared in Newsweek this week, concerning the Chaplaincy, especially in the Army. As one who has not deployed in almost ten years, and even then to Air Force locations that were near by no means in the center of hostilities, I cannot imagine the stress these chaplains are under as they seek to . . .
I haven't regularly posted anything for almost eight months now...seems everytime I begin to 'journal' I get pretty sidetracked and let things fall by the wayside quickly. More than that, I had initially begun writing primarily for my old Sunday School class audience, but a move, a new job, a new church, and a new pace of life in . . .
Let me begin this post with two assertions:
The lyrics of church music are important
Picking the music sung in congregational worship is not a task to be taken lightly
I begin with those points because any discussion of church music is likely to be emotionally charged and painstakingly scrutinized, at best. My . . .
This morning I was reading in Romans 13 and was struck hard by verses 8-10 and Paul's connection between love and the Law:
Owe no one anything, except to love each other, for the one who loves another has fulfilled the law. The commandments, “You shall not commit adultery, You shall not murder, You shall not steal, You shall . . .
Over at Theonomy, Kobra has written a provoking post that at first glance would doubtless make many Evangelicals very uncomfortable. The bulk of his post makes some very sound and biblical observations concerning homosexuality and the church's attitude toward homosexuals (with which I agree completely). Before getting to his main idea, he . . .
Ingrid at Slice of Laodicea has a great post about Catechesis, VBS, and teaching our children in church. Basically, in response to another reader, she laments the sad state of Evangelicalism and its sad preference of entertainment over teaching. She writes:
'Anything with substantive content is looked down on these days. . . .