Baptist World Cult Evangelism
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Presenting God's Word On the Internet Since 1996
Christian Law Association
"I was eyes to the blind, and feet to the lame." (Job 29:15)
Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
By B.N. Frank The pandemic has been a difficult and confusing time for a large percentage of the population worldwide.¬ At the same time, how...Unsentimental Journey: Timeline Details Fading Freedoms and the Pandemic Speeding Up the Process
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So, now what?For many, the fruit of this pandemic has been troubling, confusing, and spiritually disorienting.But not for all.For some, this season of cultural turbulence has brought greater clarity to their spiritual intuition. They‚Äôve witnessed many moorings of tradition exposed as skimpy vestiges that could not possibly survive this test. They‚Äôve watched our sacred ecclesiastical proxies evaporate ‚Äď vaporized by an imperceptible virus. Elaborate systems that have long served as safe, synthesized surrogates for a more substantive participation in Christ‚Äôs mission have come to a sputtering and inglorious end.So, now what?Speak Courage. Ironically, some who regularly proclaim from our pulpits that ‚Äúall members are ministers‚ÄĚ and that ‚Äúwe are all missionaries,‚ÄĚ have been very silent on directions for their ‚Äėminister-mission-force‚Äô in the season of a scattered church. Instead, we most often hear of a longing, languishing, desperate, yearning to fill the empty pews ‚Äď as if to concede that the scattering has altogether thwarted the church‚Äôs mission. But surely God is still at work.If the church‚Äôs mission is essentially seen as one of gathering, then we have enough evidence to see that an invisible virus is more powerful than that version of church. This is a conclusion that many have realized ‚Äď well before the pandemic hit. The Holy Spirit has revealed to many through an honest reading of the New Testament, that Jesus‚Äô church was never meant to be a weekly worship experience, but a unified, commissioned, and sent people living synergistically in the world under the authority of Christ. We know this. But do we have the courage to voice it?The Courage ...Continue reading...
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