Who is "the angel of the Lord"? He appears at many key moments in the Old Testament. But who is he? Is he a normal angel, like a seraphim (Isaiah 6:2) or cherubim (Genesis 3:24)? Is he an archangel? Who is he? A survey of his … [Read more...] about The Angel of the Lord
The letter below comes from John Wood, my pastor growing up. A friend shared it with me (original post), and I have reread it many times. May its wisdom bless you. My dear children and grandchildren, I've been thinking of what I … [Read more...] about Living in the Now
WHAT IF I DON'T FEEL LIKE GOING TO CHURCH?By Gunner GundersenReview copy courtesy of the Crossway Blog Review Program That's a great question! It represents a tension we probably all have felt. Who has not had a Saturday night when they … [Read more...] about What If I Don’t Feel Like Going to Church?
Part of the impetus behind church planting in America is the diversity of culture present in the States. Ed Stetzer notes this complexity. He describes American culture as a waffle with many dimples. Each community has its own nuance. … [Read more...] about On Church Planting and Cultural Complexities
Why plant a church? Why plant a church in the Bible Belt? Why plant a church when there are already so many churches? Do we really need more churches? In this post, I want to explain the thinking behind church planting that helped to … [Read more...] about Why Church Planting
HUMAN RITES (Audiobook)The Power of Rituals, Habits, and SacramentsBy Dru JohnsonNarrated by Trevor JohnsonCourtesy of Eerdmans How might your everyday, never-think-twice-about routines be shaping and forming you, for good or bad? Dru … [Read more...] about The Power of Rituals, Habits, and Sacraments