A developing interest has been growing among a sliver of young evangelicals in theology bearing certain characteristics of the “Reformed” theological tradition.
“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.
Stay updated as my resplendent Bride walks with Christ through Cancer. I am incredibly blessed to be married to a woman who fights the good fight of trusting in God through adversity. I get the honor of learning from her daily: you can learn from her here http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/daniellewelcher .
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…]
“Cancer, and cancer, and cancer. My mother, my father, my wife. I wonder who is next in the queue.“ ~ C.S. Lewis “A Grief Observed” 1961 p.12
As anyone who reads the articles on EvanWelcher.com knows: I deeply appreciate the ministry and writing of British Pastor-Scholar, John Stott.