This is the fourth installment of a multi-part series addressing why churches need to consider updating their organizational documents. The series is written in conjunction with Evan Lenow. This post is Part 4. For the first three parts, “There’s No Time…” and “We Believe…” and “Wedding Policies…” see here. Disclaimer: This series of posts is […]

This is the third installment of a multi-part series addressing why churches need to consider updating their organizational documents. The series is written in conjunction with Evan Lenow. This post is Part 3. For the first two parts, “There’s No Time…” and “We Believe…” see here. Disclaimer: This series of posts is not intended to provide […]

This is the second installment of a multi-part series addressing why churches need to consider updating their organizational documents. The series is written in conjunction with Evan Lenow, who wrote both Part 1 (available here) and this post. Disclaimer: This series of posts is not intended to provide legal advice regarding church law, membership issues, or lawsuits. […]

My original post, So I Can Minister to Them, has drawn considerable attention, for which I am grateful. In that attention has been a small sample of confused replies from a few who seem unsure just where I stand on the marriage of a man to a man or a woman to a woman or on […]

As Christian parents, we want our children to be both holy and happy. We desire for our children to walk with God in holiness, to love God and to seek His Kingdom, to live above sin, to know and to practice God’s Word, and to live out of trust in God. We also desire for […]

This is an open post to pastors and to all ordained ministers who hold firmly to the Scriptures. The time of testing is here. However the Supreme Court rules on the matter, marriage between two men or between two women is here to stay. Legislators have found little strength to fight this movement, and it […]

Any illusion some may have harbored that public education in America was still primarily about learning information and skills in academic subjects such as math, science, and history should now be put to rest for good. Public education is openly and clearly a political tool for the changing of society at large and the indoctrination […]

I remember vividly the day my father taught me an important lesson. I was nineteen. By then, he had been a pastor for over thirty years. We were at an auto repair shop he frequented. He knew everyone by name, and the mechanics all seemed to know and to like him. No doubt, he had […]