Feel free to dress casually. From what I’ve seen, most church websites and bulletins these days are very sure to include something like this somewhere noticeable. They want it to be clear: we’re not a stuffy old church that insists you dress like businessmen and Victorian ladies if you want to experience the presence of God.
Stop it. Stop trying to discern who is “really” saved and who isn’t. I say this as a simple message I’ve slowly learned from reading Scripture. Simply put: there is never a Biblical command or permission for us as individuals in the Church to make decisions about whether other individuals in the Church are actually Christians or
[This is a repost from The Nicene Nerd to help fill the new blog with some content.] Hazy. That’s the best word I could think of to describe many of the hours in my average day. I’m not sure what all I did or how much I enjoyed it. During the day I tend to
I’m sure if you’re a reader, or have friends who are, you’ve seen this meme on Facebook by now: Well, for a little fun, I’ve decided to post my results for every book I read in 2016. Enjoy: On the Christian Life with a Chainsaw — John Calvin Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc with a