Absolute Bias: Mainstream Media Favor Terrorists, Abortionists, Socialists Over Conservatives – Even In Death

It looks like even in death, mainstream media still favor terrorists, abortionists and socialists over conservatives.

Next Generation, They Could Leave the Church by Pandemic

Kinnaman and Matlock sit down to discuss how ministry leaders can aid the at risk Millennial and Gen Z demographics during the pandemic.
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    Evangelical Pneumatology IX: The Rise of Protestant Pneumatology from Wesleyanism

    John Wesley's pneumatology is significant as we deal with the contemporary Christian pneumatology. When Wesley encountered the experience of Aldersgate Street at May 24, 1738, it meant that he already received the Puritan doctrine of conviction. This kind of conviction, in that sense, can be called …
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Wisdom of Concentration

    I’m growing in wisdom every morning as I meditate on the Word of the book of Nehemiah. God has entrusted Nehemiah with a task of rebuilding the wall of Jerusalem.
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    Faith Is the Treasure of Treasures

    For the next 20 weeks, I’m planning to speak about the people of faith who are mentioned in the faith chapter (Hebrews 11). To speak more strictly, I am going to witness the Word about the people of faith who have experienced God.
  • Jin O Jeong

    The Way of the Cross XIII: Heidelberg Disputation, Thesis XIII

    In this thesis, Luther boldly asserted that for the will after the fall of Adam is captive and subject to sin; it exists in name only, and as long as it does what it is able to do, it commits a mortal sin. This thesis was perhaps the most offensive of all to the papal party in Luther’s day. In Feb…
  • Jin O Jeong

    Zwingli's View on the Lord's Supper, and Luther's Criticism

    Zwingli's view on the Eucharist (as well as baptism) is heavily influenced by two factors. First, Zwingli had served as a chaplain in the Swiss Confederacy. In this military context Zwingli learned the importance of rank and allegiance. He spoke of the essence of the sacrament as consisting in Pflic…
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    3 Ways To Develop Your Child’s Self-Esteem

    “What makes you think your father was never proud of you?” I asked a millennial man in my counseling office years ago. He was leaning over, rubbing his temples with his palms. When he finally looked up at me, eyes glistening with tears, he gave a simple answer: “Because he never told me so.”
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    A Faithful Worker

    Jesus cultivated his disciples to be faithful workers. What the church needs to do is to cultivate faithful workers and keep them for the next generations. A Korean dictionary defines ‘faithfulness’ as ‘sincerity coming from the heart.’ Faithfulness cannot be forced. True faithfulness comes …
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    Pastors' Compensation: To Be Concerned and Not Be Too Concerned

    Pastors' compensation -- it’s a sensitive issue. Pastors not become pastors because it’s a lucrative career—they answered God’s call to save souls. But pastors can’t live if they are not properly compensated either. I am writing this article in part as a response to the recent study releas…
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Wisdom of Raising Children Well

    It is definitely not an easy task to raise children well. As I raised two daughters, I refrained myself from writing a book about child education. I come to understand that knowing few principles of child education doesn’t guarantee you to raise your children well.
  • Thom Rainer

    Five Reasons Why the Large Single Site Church Is Declining

    One of the largely unspoken phenomenon of the past decade has been the decline in large churches located at only one site. Most of the large church growth today is taking place at multisite churches.
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