Thankless Thanksgiving

Thankless Thanksgiving

Little known fact: Thanksgiving “became” a holiday when Abraham Lincoln codified it in 1863. Before then, communities often had days of thanksgiving set aside, but Abraham’s proclamation made it a national day. Unfortunately, it wasn’t a consistent time-honored...
Most of You Won’t Finish Reading This

Most of You Won’t Finish Reading This

This post in no way represents all Americans. The purpose of this post is to discuss statistical data and how it relates to the Church.     If you’re reading this, you might have a shorter attention span than a goldfish… At least, that’s what a statistical...
The Way Up The Mountain

The Way Up The Mountain

“I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me” — John 14:6 (NASB)   Our culture loves pluralism. Our society accepts different beliefs as both worthwhile and valid. Any man may believe as he pleases, with one...
Recovering a Real Lord’s Supper

Recovering a Real Lord’s Supper

FOREWORD As of late, I have taken a serious interest in the Lord’s Supper. I grew up a Lutheran and would come to see communion the way Luther saw it. Now, I certainly wouldn’t have been able to articulate that, and I probably wouldn’t have even been...