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Facilities Policies: Changing Your Church’s Constitution and By-Laws, Part Four

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 […]

Wedding Policies: Changing Your Constitution and By-Laws, Part Three

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 […]

So I Can Minister to Them

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 […]

Is Anything Lewd (for Christians) Anymore?

Recently, the Grammys made headlines for its Satanic and overtly sexual tone.  I did not watch the show, but the photos taken from it and the couple of clips I did see were more than enough. In all the hubbub over Katy Perry’s ritual dance and Jay-Z’s and Beyonce’s sex show, and in all of […]

Phil Robertson’s Challenge for Pastors

Two things, it seems, have been lost in the noise over Phil Robertson’s comments concerning homosexuality as reported by GQ Magazine. First, Robertson is being called to account by A&E for quoting Scripture. He was asked in the interview to define sin. He replied with a pretty good paraphrase of 1 Corinthians 6:9-10. Quoting Scripture […]