The Church seems to look at the outward charismatic nature, the incredible gift of speaking—and overlook the moral character of some men.
Many churches seem to welcome charismatic leaders who have moral faults.
I don't know where you stand on Jen Hatmaker's theology, but I do know she needs us as Christian brothers and sisters right now.
My divorce was not the end of my life. Instead, God has used it for His glory!
While this is definitely a time of uncertainty and change, I am firmly convinced my God is still in control.
Toxic people. Sadly, they are everywhere and we must interact with them.
None of us likes the pain and trials of this world. We don’t rejoice when life gets hard, when we are struck with illness or the loss of a loved one. We don’t look forward to these painful circumstances that are part of the human experience.
Now I sit here, facing my crisis of belief. Will I step out in faith? Will I trust Him to do what only He can do? Will I believe He will provide?
The last few weeks, a firestorm of controversy has erupted in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). Allegations against Paige Patterson, now president emeritus at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, have been made public, allegations that include his stance that women should stay with their abusive husbands and his mishandling of a rape on a seminary campus… Continue reading On the Church and Divorce: Thoughts About Paige Patterson and the SBC
I like to listen to sermons. When I drive. When I run. When I get ready for work. I often have a podcast playing, just to keep my mind focused. I have several favorites on my playlist. I regularly listen to Mark Batterson at National Community Church, Andy Stanley at North Point Community Church, Craig… Continue reading When A Pastor Falls