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Knit Together in Love

Do you remember your grandmother sitting in her rocking chair and knitting? Her needles twirled and spun as row after row of tiny knots began to form. She examined the pattern, counted stitches, pulled out a few, retied them, and continued. Each knot was held together by the knots surrounding it until she completed her task. In Colossians 2:2, Paul said, “That their hearts may be encouraged, being knit together in love, to reach all the riches of full assurance…

Baptism and the Christian Life

There is no subject more debated in Christianity than baptism. The debate ranges from who should be baptized to how they should be baptized. Further, the discussion centers on the purpose of baptism. Is baptism a covenant for a young child to be realized later in life? Is baptism an outward sign of an inward grace? Is baptism essential for salvation or the remission of sins? Entire denominations and religious movements have been founded over the answer to the above…

To the Brotherhood Policemen,

I hope this open letter finds you doing well and living by the hope found in our Lord Jesus Christ. I am writing to encourage you to think and reason using God’s Word and logic. While the local church needs to fight the good fight and stand for the truth of Christ in love, when did it become of need and even more critical for people to search out perceived wrongdoing in other autonomous congregations? Is there not enough for…

All Things Considered, Let’s Be Considerate

I am neither an avid nor casual fan of the Academy Awards. To me, Oscar is a grouch in a tin can on Sesame Street. I am, however, on Twitter. I saw the clips. I heard the vulgarity. I’ve seen the memes. Can you believe it? Will Smith slapped Chris Rock and most of the world is talking about it. But what should a Christian make of it all? Maybe my answer is overly simplistic, and I am certain it…