The last time I shared with you, I tried to address the most common reason why some in the Church have insisted on limiting the role of women within the Body. If you haven’t read that post, you ought to go do so now, in order to avoid circling back to the same arguments surrounding the I Corinthians 14:34-35 passage in the Bible.
I’m going to try to complete MY thoughts on this biblical feminine crisis in three or four posts (although I might not make it), but I’m more than willing to converse with you on your thoughts here, using the comments section of this blog. Continue reading “THE BIBLICAL FEMININE CRISIS (PART 2)”
When I first shifted the direction of this blog about a month ago, I gave readers a link to another blog that was talking about one aspect of the issue of men and women in the Church. I indicated at that time, that this was an issue to which I wanted to address myself, so here I am. Continue reading “THE BIBLICAL FEMININE CRISIS (PART 1)”
I woke up at about 3:30 AM this last Sunday. I didn’t mean to wake up; I just did.
And, when I didn’t go right back to sleep, the enemy attacked!
Did that ever happen to you? In a weak moment, when there didn’t appear to be any particular reason for it, you found yourself under a spiritual attack. Oh, the things that start to come into your mind. Continue reading “BIBLE READING 101”
OK, I promised to write about this next, so even though I’ve got a lot of thoughts around the recent Sikh temple shooting in Wisconsin, it’s time to keep my promise. Today, I want to speak to you about the dangers of what is commonly referred to as the “slippery slope.” Continue reading “BEWARE THE SLIPPERY SLOPE”
I’m back from vacation and ready to write again. I know I promised to write about the “slippery slope” issue, and I intend to do that, but I thought I’d write a piece first on something that’s happening right now in the church world.
Here are my thoughts on the Chick-Fil-A “crisis.” (I know you’ve been waiting to hear what I think about this.)
First, I want to say a word about Chick-Fil-A and their history as a food provider. I’ve never eaten there, so if you were wondering about my review of their food, you’ll be disappointed. I have been, however, very aware of them and their connection with the Christian world for some time. Continue reading “TO EAT OR NOT TO EAT….CHICK-FIL-A?”