Is Your Church User Friendly?

Romans 3:10-11 states that no one seeks for God. Yet there are many churches and ministries that strive to be “seeker sensitive”. We spoke briefly about that misplaced focus in Sunday School today. If man, in all his sin, does not seek God then to what is a church striving to be sensitive? Although I […]

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The Myth of Free Will

While discussing the sovereignty of God and predestination in Sunday School, the question about “our free will” was asked. Although I did my best to give a clear answer, I think I still fell short.  Today at Reformed Baptist Fellowship, Walter Chantry addresses that topic with a post called The Myth of Free Will.  It […]

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I Am Thankful For…

I have been struggling how to write about my thankfulness today. I have so many things to be thankful for in my life. Yet Erik, at the Irish Calvinist, has expressed his thankfulness more completely and more faithfully than I had hoped to do. So I provide a link to his post. His summary statement […]

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Where Are All the Healthy Churches?

Voddie Baucham asks the question in order to discuss the topic. Evidently when he travels and speaks at different conferences and events that happens to be one of the most asked questions. Where are all the healthy churches? I admit I have asked that question, usually to myself though. The characteristics of a healthy church […]

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TFRNTSYKBTGS

TFRNTSYKBTGS translates into “Top Five Reasons Not To Send Your Kids Back To Government School”. That is the title of the article by Voddie Baucham at his Truth In Love blog. As Voddie says, he is “no fan of government education”. His reasons are biblically based on the mandate by God that parents are personally […]

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