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Why "Worship & Equipping" instead of "Services"? As believers, we gather to worship God and to be equipped to do ministry (Ephesians 4:11–12). Our gatherings are not "church services," but rather, where we are prepared to serve in our world. The church "service" is what happens after we leave the church after our time worshipping God together and studying His word.

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What To Do ?
August 10th, 2021
I’ve been asked repeatedly by church members on whether or not they ought to get the COVID-19 vaccination. What follows is an attempt to help people decide what course to take. I want to be clear at the outset; reading this will not point you in one direction or the other. It isn’t my aim to either encourage or discourage vaccination. My goal is to help those finding it difficult to MAKE A DECISIO...
The Place of Faith in Shaping Political Views • Part 1
July 24th, 2021
It was from a college philosopher professor many years ago I first heard of the divorce between faith and reason. While standing in the doorway of the class, smoking a cigarette, sipping a cup of coffee and some adult beverage, he lectured us on how The Enlightenment placed an unpassable wall between religious faith and rationality. With dogmatic certainty, he asserted faith was to believe somethi...
The Place of Faith in Shaping Political Views • Part 2
July 24th, 2021
Building on the momentum of Part One, we now consider how the Judeo-Christian Worldview helped shape the modern world.As is well-documented in numerous works, it was the blending of the Judeo-Christian understanding of reality with the Greek philosophical tradition of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle.[1] The Judeo-Christian worldview provided the concept of an objective reality centered on an eterna...
The Gospel v Progressivism
December 28th, 2020
I’ve grown increasingly concerned by the inroads the Progressive Left has made into the Evangelical church, especially among young adults. The purpose of this essay is to challenge the idea of the Progressive Christian. You can either be a Christian or a Progressive but not both without pouring new meaning into what you mean by either.What follows is not intended to persuade those who’ve already a...
Christmas Traditions
December 16th, 2020
Christmas TraditionsA Biblical Perspective on the Celebration of the Birth of ChristEach year many Christians are faced with the decision of what to do about the holidays. Should they celebrate with everyone else or refrain from celebrating because of the pagan origins of some of the practices associated with this time of year? For many, this is no minor dilemma. What follows is offered in the hop...

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What To Do ?
August 10th, 2021
I’ve been asked repeatedly by church members on whether or not they ought to get the COVID-19 vaccination. What follows is an attempt to help people decide what course to take. I want to be clear at the outset; reading this will not point you in one direction or the other. It isn’t my aim to either encourage or discourage vaccination. My goal is to help those finding it difficult to MAKE A DECISIO...
The Place of Faith in Shaping Political Views • Part 1
July 24th, 2021
It was from a college philosopher professor many years ago I first heard of the divorce between faith and reason. While standing in the doorway of the class, smoking a cigarette, sipping a cup of coffee and some adult beverage, he lectured us on how The Enlightenment placed an unpassable wall between religious faith and rationality. With dogmatic certainty, he asserted faith was to believe somethi...
The Place of Faith in Shaping Political Views • Part 2
July 24th, 2021
Building on the momentum of Part One, we now consider how the Judeo-Christian Worldview helped shape the modern world.As is well-documented in numerous works, it was the blending of the Judeo-Christian understanding of reality with the Greek philosophical tradition of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle.[1] The Judeo-Christian worldview provided the concept of an objective reality centered on an eterna...
The Gospel v Progressivism
December 28th, 2020
I’ve grown increasingly concerned by the inroads the Progressive Left has made into the Evangelical church, especially among young adults. The purpose of this essay is to challenge the idea of the Progressive Christian. You can either be a Christian or a Progressive but not both without pouring new meaning into what you mean by either.What follows is not intended to persuade those who’ve already a...
Christmas Traditions
December 16th, 2020
Christmas TraditionsA Biblical Perspective on the Celebration of the Birth of ChristEach year many Christians are faced with the decision of what to do about the holidays. Should they celebrate with everyone else or refrain from celebrating because of the pagan origins of some of the practices associated with this time of year? For many, this is no minor dilemma. What follows is offered in the hop...

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