Someone asked me this question today and I gave an answer that is probably not what you expect. Let's say you are contacted by a couple and they want pastoral, biblical counseling. Under very few circumstances should you meet with them as a … [Read more...] about Should Pastors Counsel Couples Together or Separately?
The men at Dayspring are reading through Proverbs every month. In the last part of Proverbs 4, The Message (a loose translation by Eugene Peterson) says it like this: Keep vigilant watch over your heart; that’s where life starts. Don’t talk … [Read more...] about The mouth, eyes and feet of the heart
What is true Christian Patriotism? We know we should be good citizens and pay our taxes and pray for our leaders, and give thanks for living in country as free as the USA. But let’s look at the bigger picture. It's much, much bigger and better than … [Read more...] about Christian Patriotism: A Biblical View
Something has changed in our society over the last 10 years. Dr. J Kalas says, “We’ve developed a kind of mental and emotional edginess that goes with us even when the materials of implementation are not there.” Adam Alter: Private school allows … [Read more...] about Discipleship in an Age of Digital Addiction: Notes for Friday Family Fellowship June 22 6:30pm
There are five sources of humiliation that flow forth from media and culture, and that shame is headed directly towards your children. Our culture is currently in shame-mode. Logical discourse has broken down; now we just use negative feelings in … [Read more...] about Ashamed of God
Yes, it certainly has. Here's a professional gamer, Tyler1, having a complete breakdown as he admits his addiction. Language warning! It's time to think of games and social media and apps as an addictive substance that we must … [Read more...] about Fact Check: Has the World Health Organization classified Gaming Addiction as a mental disorder?