Now Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. So when He heard that he was sick, He then stayed two days longer in the place where He was. John 11:5-6
From a purely human point of view, I think John 11 is one of the most perplexing passages in the gospels. It seems to reveal an intentional willingness on the part of . . .
When Christians get together they generally ask two questions...
"How or when did you get saved?"
"Where do you go to church?"
The first is the most inclusive thing we can ask. With it we are asking the other person to share with us the story of their relationship with Jesus Christ. This is . . .
Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. I Thess. 5:16-18
Do you sometimes get confused about what the will of God is for you at any given moment? I certainly do. But thankfully Paul, in Thessalonians, simplifies everything by reducing the will of . . .
Episode 13: Dan Notti & Keith Giles - "What Every Pastor Should Realize"
Evangelical Christianity is on a downward spiral in America. Why? What can be done? How can Pastors of Traditional Churches stem the tide? What does it mean for Organic Churches?
Listen as Keith and Dan speak candidly about the challenges . . .
Lessons from the cheap seats...
I went to the ballgame with a group from a couple of area churches and ended up getting schooled!
By that, I mean that once again it was powerfully reinforced to me that 'church' is sharing life together anytime, anywhere. I truly believe that wherever there are two or three Jesus-followers gathered together, he is in their . . .
It's coming up on the one year anniversary of beginning this blog and I wanted to repost the article that started this whole thing going. After re-reading it, I am more convinced than ever that this is what God intends for us. Part of the reason for that is all of the amazing people I have met over the last year, that are yearning for and . . .
The question is, "In today's evangelical world, do Christians put too much emphasis on Jesus and not enough on the Father or the Holy Spirit?" Keith Giles and I offer our viewpoints on the topic.
Apologies for the poor quality video, we've still working out the bugs in our technology!
Blessings... . . .