Category Archives: The Church

Prayer Support

Tomorrow (Tuesday, Sept. 6) begins the second year of the pastoral apprentice program that I have started at our church, a program whose goal is to help prepare men to serve Christ’s church throughout the world.  For the next ten … Continue reading

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Repackaged Liberalism

A few weeks ago I made a side comment mentioning that the emerging church is basically a form of repackaged liberalism.  It turns out that I am not alone in that assessment.  Brandon Morgan, a self-confessed emergent sympathizer, recently attended … Continue reading

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The Local Church and Homosexuality: We Must Do Better

I have a bit of a complicated introduction here, so bear with me. Albert Mohler wrote an opinion piece that appeared in the Wall Street Journal about a month ago concerning homosexuality.  In particular, Mohler chides evangelicals for exhibiting “our own … Continue reading

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Where is Jesus?

I recently read Jeff Dunn’s quasi-celebration of Anne Rice’s renunciation of Christianity.  For those who may not know, Anne Rice, the famous vampire novelist-turned-Roman Catholic, has now given up on the church, though not, she claims, on Christ.  In her … Continue reading

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A Lesson in Humility

I received a strange and wonderful phone call tonight. First, a little background.  I served as pastor of Corn Creek Baptist Church in Milton, Kentucky, from 2003-2009.  During that time I met a local piano tuner when he came to … Continue reading

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