Soul Nourishment First

Originally Published May 9, 1841 It has pleased the Lord to teach me a truth, the benefit of which I have not lost, for more than fourteen years. The point is this: I saw more clearly than ever that the first great and primary business to which I ought to attend every day was, to have my soul happy in the Lord. The first thing to be concerned about was not how much I might serve the Lord, or how


You may remember the Catholics and Evangelicals Together document that made headlines a few years back. Since it was penned, we have witnessed the acceleration of the absorption of what is now called “evangelicalism” into religion of Rome. Hence, the term Evangelics that describes those who seek to amalgamate two irreconcilable systems. Of course, Cathogelicals, sounds better, but the truth is Catholics

Tradition Vs. Change

Negotiating the right path in a post-modern world presents a great challenge to Bible-believing churches. A knowledge of history, an eye to the future, and wisdom in the present are imperative for an effective ministry in today’s world. Advocates for change are legion. Should we continue attending class with the “old school” professors or enroll for tutelage under the change agents from the “new school”? Tradition


Our culture demands convenience Christianity. We want it short, simple, fast and cheap. The McBible does not have the tedious 66 books, but just a few with short sentences and simple words at the fifth grade level. There are numerous pictures and some pages ruled with lines so that you can add your own spiritual thoughts, just in case you get a new revelation. The McWorship service is all sweetness

Sissy Men

In order to counter worldly influences, scores of parents made the conscious decision to be “family oriented.” This was prompted by many factors, including the grim statistics among second generation Christians. Desperately concerned for their children, parents are now home schooling around two million children in the United States. Like any reactionary movement, excesses and deficits are not uncommon. I

Light Walking

The Key to a Sustainable Spirituality The Bible is very candid about man’s natural condition. Jesus said, “And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil” (John 3:19). Lovers of darkness are of necessity haters of the Light. “God is light, and in him is no darkness at all.” The fact something went tragically

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