There is a new four-letter word in our culture and in the church. In an attempt to embrace an adequate understanding of grace the church has shied away from using it. A word we dare not use anywhere. A word that can get you accused for re-implementing the “law.” A word that will bring charges … More A New Four-Letter Word
I read article after article instructing the Church on how millennials do not accept absolutes, rules, or authority. We are told they are leaving the Church in large numbers or transferring over to more traditional practices of liturgy. They are tired of hip and cool preachers, performances on the platform, and shallow experiences. Let’s take … More Are Millennials a Reflection?
In the church today many are wrestling with the ministry of the apostle and trying to grasp what authority an apostle has and what does that authority look like. Like any function in the church it can become more complicated because of the weakness of man’s flesh, yet God has chosen to work through earthen … More Understanding Apostolic Authority
The season of Advent is the Christian’s time to commemorate the arrival of Christ the King. The promise of the Messiah was declared over and over by the prophets of old. This promise was always connected to His reign, rule, and kingdom. Isaiah the prophet announces, “For to us a Child shall be born, to … More His Government-It’s Peace