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Archive for the 'Ministry' Category

-An Agnostic Bishop?

Sunday, May 24th, 2009

From Dr. Albert Mohler comes this story: “Richard Holloway is a Bishop of the Scottish Episcopal Church. There seems to be on obvious problem — he doesn’t believe in God.  In the Scottish Episcopal Church, that must not be a problem. Bishop Holloway served for years as Bishop of Edinburgh and primate of the Scottish […]

-Muslim Priest Defrocked by Episcopal Church

Saturday, April 4th, 2009

(-picture via Wikipedia) This was even too much for the liberal Episcopal Church!  Dr. Ann Redding, an Episcopal priest serving the church in Seattle, claimed two years ago to be a practicing Muslim but also a Christian. When questioned, Dr. Redding consistently refused to explain how this feat was even theologically possible. When her Bishop […]

-An Atheist Protestant Pastor?

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

(-Book Cover: “Believing in a God who does not exist: Manifesto of an Atheist Pastor”) This is not an April fools joke! Two years ago we posted about an Episcopal Priest who was a practicing Muslim. Even more incredible, here’s a report about a Dutch Protestant pastor who doesn’t even believe in God. In fact […]

Book Review: “The Blogging Church”

Friday, March 30th, 2007

“The Blogging Church: Sharing the Story of Your Church Through Blogs” By Brian Bailey, with Terry Storch (San Francisco: John Wiley & Sons,inc., 2007, 199 pages) An Excellent book exploring all the hows, whys, and ways that blogs might be used by churches and pastors in their administration and ministry. The strength of this book […]

Ist Anniversary -One Year of Blogging As a Ministry

Monday, March 5th, 2007

This blog started out one year ago today. The original idea was to start a blog as an actual ministry on the internet. I figured that I would teach a Bible study, have a Bible Q & A site, and respond to current events from a Christian perspective. Along the way the original blog has […]

Biblical New Year -A Time For Introspection and Change

Wednesday, September 27th, 2006

The high holy days of the Jewish calendar began at sundown Friday 9/22/06 -Rosh Hashanah and continue through nightfall on October 2-Yom Kippur.  You ask, what significance does this has for Christians?  The Jewish calendar is Biblical and God still seems to honor it in many ways.