Monthly Archives: September 2015

Judgment vs Accountability

I recently had a discussion with someone at our church who was unhappy with me because I didn’t feel they were following a biblical approach to a problem they were having with another person. It’s a difficult situation, but I pointed out to my friend that the Bible doesn’t give us a pass just because […]

Shame and Grace

I just read a story on Facebook about a pastor who committed suicide after being outed on the Ashley Madison adultery website. Dr. John Gibson, 56, was a communications professor at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in New Orleans, a husband and the father of two. While the story says he mentioned other issues in his […]

Church, State and Kentucky

If you’ve been watching the news or any social media the past couple days you know that a county clerk in Kentucky, Kim Davis, has refused to issue marriage licenses in her county – straight or gay – and is now in jail for her refusal based on her religious convictions. This is a tough […]

I Don’t Care, But God Does

I want to make a few things clear today for my more liberal friends: I don’t care who you love I don’t care what you do I don’t care what decisions you make for yourself Your life is not my business unless you try to make it my business And I don’t care if you […]