Posts Tagged: church
Today. March 10, 2013, I am reading Mark 4 (fm The Bible). In verse 10 Jesus told His disciples that the secret of the Kingdom of God has been given to them. Later, in verse 21 He asks them: "Is a lamp brought in to be hidden under a basket, or under a bed, rather […]
The leading cause of atheism today – Christians that confess Jesus with their words but deny Him with their lives. Today, March 2, 2013, as I was reading the first three chapters of the book of Mark, from the Bible, it is clearly seen that Jesus was teaching and preaching and healing. One of the […]
We worship God anytime we are fulfilling the purposes for which God has created us.
Could it be that part of the reason people have bibles but don’t read them is that they have concluded that it takes a “called”, “educated”, “ordained” pastor to properly explain what the Bible means?
I believe that bad theology and misplaced priorities by church leaders have historically plagued the church and continue do so today. It is much worse than heartburn from a bad burrito.
Is the church, in its structure and approach, static or organic? [Static – unchanging vs organic – living, growing and adapting] Is the Acts 2 model of the church the end or the beginning?