Too often the church seeks acceptance by becoming like the surrounding culture and ends up making inappropriate compromises. When we do this, we are trading what is of value for that which holds no value. It is like trading a bar of gold for a used Happy Meal toy.
How should the church respond to Chreasters, those who attend on Christmas and Easter? Is there anything we can do to keep them coming? I think there is and it isn’t very complicated.
In the debate over homosexual marriage, we must maintain perspective. We can press for external conformity or be used by God to bring internal change.
In response to an earlier post, an infographic entitled “Why People Lie” was brought to my attention. The infographic is shared with some commentary.
Some thoughts on abusive churches prompted by an article by Pat Zukeran of the same title.
The church has given non-believers cause to blaspheme the name of God. How have we done this and how can this error be avoided?
Jesus’ statement, “upon this rock I will build my church,” was a declaration of ownership. In this post, I catalog five implications of this truth.
One common objection to Christianity is that there is hypocrisy in the church. It would be wrong to deny this charge so how then should we respond?