Tag Archives: Gay Marriage

Any Flavor Christianity

My wife and I often send one another links to sermons we like. Yeah, I know, romantic, huh? But, as disciples of Jesus first and everything else second, we are committed to growing individually and together in our faith walk, and listening to messages from various people helps in that walk. We were driving back […]

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 […]

Sanity Check!

A friend of mine recently asked me a question that many writers in the more fundamentalist Christian circle have been discussing for weeks: Are we at the end of times. Here’s my answer: I don’t know. In fact, I’ve never spent too much time thinking about when the end of times will be, because Jesus […]

Gay Marriage – Now What?

Like most people this morning I spent a little time reading about the United States Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage. For those of us in Christian leadership the decision really wasn’t a surprise, so now the question is how do we both in leadership and in the body respond to gay marriage being legal […]

Being a Romans 12 Christian

I started teaching Romans 12 last night in our Wednesday Night Bible Study class. I’m using a 10-part series by Chip Ingram that is just outstanding. I love Romans 12 and I wanted to take a couple of minutes today to just focus on the first two verses today that could literally change your life! […]