Complementarianism, the regulative principle holding for all of life & how we undermine our own principle

If you’re a regulative principle type – that is, you think God ultimately determines how he is to be worshipped – you will likely have

Why we’re starting a theology breakfast

Twitter continually gets a bad rap. And I get it, I really do. But I maintain, certainly for us, the good more than outweighs the

Do you miss your church?

Both my wife and I are periodically away from each other. Not often and rarely for very long. But sometimes. Some of those trips and

Love the people the Lord has given you, not the ones you hope to have

There has been a sad tendency to really look for particular kinds of people who currently aren’t in the room to join the church the

If your question begins ‘how much…’ it is probably the wrong question

If your wife tells you she loves you, if you value your features, I’d suggest you don’t respond to her declaration with, ‘how much do

Cutting our nails and church ministry

Last night, we had one of our usual battles with my son. He has, for reasons entirely uncler to me, a phobia of having his

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