An Anglican Shares Reflections On The Canadian Catholic Churches That Have Been Burned

An anonymous Anglican wrote an entry on Reddit about his thoughts on why the burning of churches in Canada was wrong in an attempt to bring some balance to the hotly debated issue.

Gab CEO Andrew Torba Encourages American Christians: ‘We Can And Will Overcome’ In The Name Of Jesus

Andrew Torba, CEO of free-speech platform Gab, called for the American people to support an American Populist movement ruled and unified by the Lord Jesus Christ.
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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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    Seven Ways Church Members Should Prepare for a Sermon

    What if church members began their own form of sermon preparation? For countless decades, we have heard about the role of pastors in sermon preparation. The number of hours they need to prepare. The priority of preparation. The role of prayer in sermon preparation.
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    The Wisdom of Aging Beautifully

    If you are being conscious about aging, then it means that you have aged. I am now being conscious about aging. It feels a little sad that I am aging. I want to deny that I’m aging but it’s a reality that I cannot deny. If you want to decrease the number of candles on your birthday cake, then it…
  • Daniel Jung

    "Hey, Pick Up the Phone, You Have a Call!"

    We've all been informed once or multiple times in life that our phones are ringing and that we should answer it. These cases happen because we either are not listening, paying attention, or we hear the call but simply ignore it. For months prior to this week, people from all around the world were te…
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Wisdom of Entering into Deep Solitude

    I was very sick last Sunday night. It was the worst I’ve felt recently. My faced turned pale and I felt thoroughly exhausted. I thought about four things that night. First, I thought about the pain of those who were sick. Being sick is painful. When we are sick, we lose motivation, and we become d…
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Wisdom of Attempting a Small Change

    The kingdom of God is hidden in a small mustard seed. A mustard seed is small but when planted it becomes a big tree so that birds come to nested on. All big and great things begin humbly with small thing.
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    It's Never Too Late to Dream a New Dream

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    Do We Have Free Will, or Are We Under the Bondage of Will? A Look at Martin Luther's Heidelberg Disputation, Part II

    Then, here is the question that arises: If that is true what is the free will for man? What on earth is the free will to choose whatever I do and wherever I go? Luther says that if we are to use the term “free will” at all, we should limit it to our everyday freedom in those things that are belo…
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