Monthly Archives: October 2014

Sound Doctrine: 5 Ways to Make Sure Your Preaching is SOUND

As I recently surveyed the landscape of Christian ministry I was struck by how little the teaching I heard from many pulpits resembled the teaching of the Prophet from Galilee whose gospel we are called to preach. It saddens me … Continue reading

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Discipleship Lessons from a Car Dealership

A few days ago I had to take my car to the dealership for an oil change. That’s right, I’m not one of those “manly” men who change their own oil or hunt for their own food. I’m just a … Continue reading

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Church vs. State: Houston, We Have a Problem

I was recently alerted to an issue in Houston, Texas where the city has issued subpoenas to several pastors to release any copies of sermons addressing homosexuality or references to the city’s first openly gay mayor. Ostensibly, this demand is … Continue reading

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