Tag: Discipleship

Using Facebook groups to fill pulpits in churches?

For the purpose of providing “pulpit supply” for 1689 Confessional churches, or 1689 churches that unfortunately do not have a plurality of elders, I saw the following post on The Reformed Baptist Coalition Facebook page. After many commented by inserting their States of residency, the author replied with this. I responded with the following comment.

What is a Regulative Principle of Worship? Visiting another Church

Recently after visiting another church, I posted the following on my Facebook wall. “Visited another church this morning. Immediately upon entering the building it looked like a scene from the movie Jaws. Then the sanctuary looked like the beach, even a surfboard, shorts, and guitars on the stage. I’ve come to accept that there’s no

Video of Elders publicly discipling a Pastor – Podcast #49

In this Podcast, I will show a video of Elders Biblically disciplining their fellow Elder in the presence of the congregation. It’s bitter-sweet to watch, but this is a good witness before the Church and a good and testimony to the world. Most importantly, please pray for the departing Pastor and all others involved. 

Does your Church know what your gifts are?

Through my entire Christian life and the various churches I’ve been part of (which are many), I’ve never seen the congregation asked “what are your gifts from the Holy Spirit?” So last Lord’s Day I paused teaching through our Orthodox Catechism during the Sunday School class, and we did just that. I’ve promised our congregation

Catch & Release 3 Calico Bass (small, med & large) 🎣

I enjoyed some quality time with a brother from Church. He (a sailor himself) navigated us to a place called “The 14 Mile Bank,” which puts us right over some mountainous terrain. We were unsuccessful there, but we later landed three Calico Bass while trolling. We even had both bait clickers going at the same

Podcast S1 E7 – Same Sex Attractions amongst ‘professing’ Christians (with video clip of interview of former gays) 🔞✔

If a professing Christian believes-in, or normalizes SSA’s amongst professing Christians, then I suggest they are either a liberal, bi-sexual, a homosexual, a false teacher, a capitulator, and/or an apostate. While discussing this very controversial subject, I discuss different forms of attraction. I tell an applicable story of a gorgeous woman that I and three