While growing up in the 70’s there was still a time when polka music could still be heard on the radio. Every Sunday morning my mother would turn on the radio and listen to polka music as we were getting ready for church. Later on in life I pastored a small country church where theContinue reading “I Was Looking Back to See . . .”
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Whose Line is it Anyways?
There was a British/American TV show about improvisational comedy. I admit I never saw the show. But it was based upon the concept of seeing where a suggestion would take the guests. I have taken some time to ponder over what I had written in my last post. Sometimes as I write these blogs, IContinue reading “Whose Line is it Anyways?”
It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time . . .
Whether or not we would like to admit it, evangelicalism and Charismatic churches are at a crossroads. While it is estimated (on Wikipedia) that 1 in 4 Christians worldwide derive there understanding of the faith from this branch of the family tree so to speak. From what I have read and observed from over 30Continue reading “It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time . . .”