What do I want you to take away from this short blog about women in ministry? That complementarianism is not the only option for those who believe that the Bible is God's authoritative Word.
My church recently called a new pastor. His first several sermons were delivered to a camera and streamed on YouTube. The pandemic has been pretty weird here as he has attempted to build relationships while not being able to see his people. When we started talking about re-gathering with no nursery or childcare, my pastor … Continue reading Preaching to a Multi-generational Congregation
There is a small book by Donald Whitney entitled Family Worship that I highly recommend for everyone. It's only 67 pages long, so it's a short read, but it's vital to the future of the Church. In it, Whitney lays out the history and elements of family worship. It's an incredible resource. After 10 years … Continue reading Family Worship Times
Included in this article are 5 reasons why children should attend/participate in corporate worship services and 5 tips for parents. There are varying opinions among church leaders on whether children should have their own program during the corporate worship service or should attend service with their parents. This article is not meant to say that … Continue reading Kids in Worship Service
"Do you enjoying serving and helping others?" "Yes!" the group of kids exclaimed. "Why?" "Because I feel good when I do." "Because I feel like I accomplished something." "Because I feel like I did something that mattered and that made someone smile." "Because people need to know that Jesus loves them." After almost 10 years … Continue reading Kids and Missions
If you're like me, you click on an article because it has an interesting headline that catches your eye. Upon opening the article you see many, many words. And you think, "I just want to know the main point of this. I don't have ten minutes to read a mini book." That is when you … Continue reading Your Child’s Spiritual Health