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There is a reason some of the most manly men I know tear up when they hear Kenny Chesney’s ,”Boys of Fall.” And when you ask them what they miss most about playing high school football, they refer to the relationships they formed with the guys even beyond the field. The bond forged through the […]
Philemon 1-7 BOUND TO THE CHURCH Philemon 8-22 BOUND BY LOVE Philemon 23-25 BOUND TO HIS NAME
Found a very helpful article on how to cultivate a culture of graciousness in the the church. The whole post is very helpful but the second point I think is very important for young more theologically minded pastors as well as church members. 2. Go hard after doctrinal arrogance Most everyone who thinks they are right […]
At Ashland we are preaching through 1st John on Sunday Mornings. On Wednesday Evenings, I am teaching through Galatians at our community Bible Study in Lexington. These letters are blasting away at the self-righteousness in my own heart. They help to display how self-righteousness kills unity in the church while continually distracting from our mission. I […]
These are important words from one of my favorite pastor / preachers on the importance of the local church in light of conference going and the appreciation of popular theologians.
This Sunday Ashland’s church plant in Madison County (Ashland in Madison County) will move to new temporary facilities. 124 South Keeneland RIchmond Ky 40475 Join us at 10 am! And bring someone with you!
I’ve been having lots of conversations with young adults, college students, and younger married couples about church membership. Here’s an article by Matt Chandlers that is very helpful about the necessity of church membership
From Church Pews to Church Plants: Adoption Culture and The World Mission This can be found as a chapter in “A Guide to Adoption and Orphan Care” Edited by Dr. Russell Moore. The whole book can be purchased here. By Jeremy Haskins Lunch time can be a chaotic in our home. Each day, when my […]
During this years Summit VII which is being held in Louisville, KY on May 12-13. I have the privilege of leading a breakout session entitled “Pastoral Ministry and Cross Ethnic Adoption.” We will be discussing: How leading your local church to champion cross-ethnic adoption can lead to a greater understanding of kinship in Christ and […]