“A third aspect of the sine qua non
In recent days there has been a dust up concerning President Obama’s choice of Atlanta Pastor Louie Giglio to deliver an inaugural prayer.
Speak Love. Speak Life. Matthew 5:21-22
Happy New Year! Last night multitudes of people eagerly awaited the dropping of a glorified lantern at the stroke of midnight, and with it the ushering in of a new year in their local time zone.
Pastor’s Note: Dr. Albert Mohler produced a special edition of his podcast “The Briefing” http://bit.ly/QZbPUP shortly after the news of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown Connecticut broke. His thoughts were helpful to me and, I would imagine, many other pastors. The following is the text of my sermon to First Christian Church … [Read more…]
As anyone who reads the articles on EvanWelcher.com knows: I deeply appreciate the ministry and writing of British Pastor-Scholar, John Stott.
47 For so the Lord has commanded us, saying, “‘I have made you a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring salvation to the ends of the earth.’” Acts 13:47 (ESV)
Matthew 20:17-19 (ESV) “17 And as Jesus was going up to Jerusalem, he took the twelve disciples aside
“From Jerusalem, twelve men went out into the world. These were uneducated and of no ability in speaking. But by the power of God, they proclaimed to every race of men that they were sent by Christ to teach the word of God to everyone.“ ~ Justin Martyr (c. 160 A.D.)
What do we do when we know in our heads that God is good, and that God is love (because His Son proves His love without a doubt by being nailed to the cross for our evil deeds and thoughts), but still can’t rouse ourselves out of the dumps to care?