By now, most of us have had COVID. If we haven’t had it ourselves, we may know someone who has. We also probably know someone who passed away with COVID, so we are all familiar with the side effects of… Read More »Church Division: A Side Effect of COVID
In my latest podcast, I cover the complicated subject of the role of women in the Christian community. Take out your Bible and a notepad to follow along! Here is a link: https://efpg.podbean.com/e/solo-e3-worship-women-s-roles/
No one has ever seen God. It is the only Son, himself God, who is close to the Father’s heart, who has made him known. John 1:18 I like how the New American Standard said that Jesus has “explained” God… Read More »Moonbeams: Dealing with Genocide Passages
The New York Times recently reported on several congregations who are canceling service on Christmas Day. Many Facebook posts and commenters have posted their opinions on churches who elect to do this, so I thought I would weigh in. First,… Read More »Canceling Service on Christmas?
About two weeks ago, Vladimir Putin announced a “partial mobilization” of military reservists in Russia. This has led to protests in Russia and outrage around the world. Stories have surfaced of men harming themselves and others in various ways to… Read More »Mobilization and the Need for the Gospel
In 1 Corinthians 5, Paul recalls a misunderstanding the people had concerning his first letter. They took a unique command Paul had given them which addressed a specific situation and tried to make it universally applicable. I wrote to you… Read More »The Commands of Paul: Universal or Unique?
This article is a continuation of two others: Taking Away the Good Part and Can Women Pass Communion Trays While Standing. In the first article, I talk about the difference between Jesus’s defense of Mary of Bethany and the direction… Read More »Can Women Only Teach While Singing?
I was visiting a gospel meeting (or a revival), and the man doing the closing announcements did something pretty cool. He asked if anyone had any questions about what was said or done during the service. But that’s not exactly… Read More »Can Women Pass Communion Trays While Standing?
Now as they were traveling along, He entered a village; and a woman named Martha welcomed Him into her home. She had a sister called Mary, who was seated at the Lord’s feet, listening to His word. But Martha was… Read More »Taking Away the Good Part – A Thought on Women’s Roles