Funerals are for the living. Funerals are also gospel moments. This is the text of my uncle’s eulogy that I preached on March 31, 2016. My uncle, Lennox Minors, passed from this life on March 24, 2016 at the age of 75. […]
I had no Â idea Christopher Hitchens’ had a younger brother and his brother is a Christian. Haven’t delved that far into his brother’s faith yet, but ran across (courtesy of a friend’s Facebook status): http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/charlesmoore/7535715/Can-faith-bring-back-the-Prodigal-Brother.html So Peter Hitchens travels through militant atheist […]
Last year, John MacArthur (whom I highly respect) blasted Mark Driscoll on some comments he’d made in a previous sermon on the Song of Solomon overseas. Â I also found out that in late 08 into 09, Driscoll preached a new series and […]
A little something I wrote three years ago going into 07′. Thinking Biblically Commentary â€“ January 4, 2007 K. Joel Gilliard Every year on December 31, great festivals and celebrations around the world are held to ring out the old year and […]
http://eveartist.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!C90C713B609FA45!662.entry Don’t know whose blog this is, but I’m glad they included a link to the SGM video on the books AND a list of all the books we got (not including the ones I got at Band of Bloggers).
http://theologicallycorrect.com/?p=79. This book is a gold mine!
Yes folks, I’ve been on a long haitus, but it’s time to get your daily dose of good food goin ‘again. Here’s some food for thought from William Gurnall: When I consider how the goodness of God is abused by the greatest […]
I posted this on the CSF devotional list and on the front page of the site, but figured I’d share here as well. From Arthur Pink’s book “Studies in Saving Faith” – chapter 13, he writes: Having before us the twofold objective […]
05′ recap: – I’ll be repenting for the next 60-70 years for not trusting God to bring the perfect woman for me into my life (He did it!) – silencing your conscience is a dangerous thing. – some relationships were meant to […]
Check out Al Mohler’s review of the film as well as some historical background on the film. http://www.albertmohler.com/commentary_read.php?cdate=2005-12-09.