Monthly Archives: November 2013

Moody, Biblical Clarity, and a Dangerous Position

Recently, Moody Bible Institute announced that it no longer would prohibit employees, including faculty members, from smoking tobacco and drinking alcohol.  In a previous post, (, I addressed Moody’s departure from historic Christian morals and virtues as its basis for ethical standards of behavior among employees and its movement to the secular ideal of individual […]

What Is Family Ministry? Part One.

Little Joe was born in Methuselah Baptist Church, and by the time he was ten years old, Little Joe recognized his sin and his need for forgiveness, he understood Christ’s death upon the cross, and he was saved. After his baptism, Little Joe continued in the programs of the church and grew through the church’s […]