How does one approach God in reverence? Is it a tone?... a feeling?... an outward posture? Seems a lot of confusion surrounds our understanding of God’s holiness. Of course, it doesn’t help that we live in an irreverent age that’s traded structured sobriety for what’s casual and comfortable. And what about humor? When is it appropriate and should it be present in the pulpit? To answer these tough questions, we called on the most irreverent people we know... Carl, Aimee, & Todd.
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Should we look to one person to be our everything?
Thoughts after reading After Acts: Exploring the Lives and Legends of the Apostles.
Elders, be prepared to speak up.
We cannot talk about the events in Charleston without theological words.
Insight from G.K. Beale's lectures and sitting under the preached Word.
In welcoming sinners we must not add to their confusion...
Whose rights do we protect?
It required no courage for Tony Campolo to bless homosexuality.
We may think it comes easy for those who are fit, but that is not the case.