Dear pastors, If you are silent on the issues of homosexuality in your churches, then you are useless.If you turn a blind eye to the scourge and infiltration of LGBT affirmation in our pews you are a hireling and need to find another “occupation”. If your church is flying a “pride” flag, you are not … Continue reading Dear Pastors…
With the advent of video streaming platforms such as Hulu, YouTube, Disney Plus, Paramount Plus, and the like, it has become a popular choice for many Christians to subscribe to a Christian video streaming service. If you're like me, and are an avid watcher of sermons, podcasts, teaching series, etc., you enjoy having all your … Continue reading Which Christian Streaming Service Should I Use?
Our group L to R: Skylar, Trista, Brooke, Stacie, me. ( Not pictured: Georgia ) Last Saturday I had the privilege of attending my first Michelle Lesley conference in Denton, Texas at The Church At Pecan Creek. This church is known for hosting doctrinally sound guest speakers, such as Voddie Baucham, Darrell Harrison, Virgil Walker, … Continue reading A Day With Michelle Lesley
Every church has had them. People who join your church. Excited to serve. Faithful to attend every function. Then they disappear. You hear through the grapevine that they are attending somewhere else now. Excited to serve. Faithful to attend every function. There is a generally understood term for this. It’s called “church hopping”. There are … Continue reading Are You a Church Hopper?
Your church needs you. If you are a saved member of the Body of Christ, you have a role to fulfill. We all do. Paul compares the church to a body, and all its many body parts are needed to function the way it is designed to function. You may think you aren't important in … Continue reading Verse of the Day: 1 Corinthians 12:12 MANY MEMBERS, ONE BODY
Warning: Ahead are a few statistics. Read them. Don't skip ahead. 🙂 A recent article from the Christian Post had a lot to say about the disparity between those in America who claim Christianity and those who actually hold to a biblical worldview. According to the Barna Group, in America in 2021, 51% say that … Continue reading Belief vs. Saving Faith
As a pastor's wife, I belong to several Facebook groups specifically for the wives of those in ministry. I would say that at least every few months a certain recurring topic shows up in the various feeds. The question asked of the fellow PW's goes something like this: "Do you have friendships within your church?" … Continue reading Can a Pastor’s Wife Have Friendships Within the Church?
How the Church can minister to those with sorrow not caused by death. Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com "I'm sorry, but I've fallen in love with someone else and I'm leaving." "Mom and Dad, I'm gay." "Babe, I need to let you know that I was molested as a child." "Mom, I don't feel like … Continue reading A Different Kind of Grief…
Recently I was invited to our Southern Baptist state convention's annual Ministry Wives Weekend. Although I am a longtime SBC pastor's wife, this was my first time attending. ( Honestly, I've been disappointed by so many of these gatherings, I've pretty much lost interest in attending them. ) But since I was invited by a … Continue reading To Go or Not To Go: Women’s Conferences
Has anyone noticed that anytime a Christian makes a statement on social media regarding the sin or questionable teaching of a popular public figure with a Christian platform, that almost without fail, it will be followed by some form of this response: *IT ISN'T OUR PLACE TO JUDGE! This accepted viewpoint is based on the … Continue reading Judge Not?