The Disciplines of Rest.
I have just finished reading a great book by Donald S. Whitney titled Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life. In the book, Whitney lists ten different spiritual disciplines that is attributed with godliness. Two disciplines really stood out to me: the disciplines of silence and solitude. Dave Earley also told of another discipline called the discipline […]
Are American Profession Sports Leagues Losing Their Professionalism? By: Pastor Brian Chilton Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “professionalism” as: “1 a : of, relating to, or characteristic of a profession b : engaged in one of the learned professions c(1) : characterized by or conforming to the technical or ethical standards of a profession (2) : […]
God did something incredible last week. I was feeling low and discouraged. My dad handed me a tape earlier that Sunday that I had been searching for the past year or so. It was the tape of Dr. Randy Kilby’s last message. Dr. Randy Kilby was the president of Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute when I […]
Recently, I had the opportunity to interview a member of our church who is also actively involved in coaching. I interviewed Darryl Speer, an elementary school basketball coach and a tee ball coach. We discussed the integration of Christianity in coaching. You can access that interview by clicking here. As I reflect back upon our […]
Finding Fault with God Just a thought. Can God win with us? Is it not odd that people seem to desire to pick a reason to be angry with God? Some people get angry at God because they think that God does nothing about sinful humanity. Then, when disasters strike, people desire to say that […]
Next Week: The Problem of God and Suffering, Part 2…Philosophical Perspective (Article pending by Drew Payne); May 20th: If One God is Necessary, Multiple Gods Are Not May 27th: Christianity in Coaching (Perspectives Learned from Christian Coach Darryl Speer) June 3rd: Has Professional Sports Lost Its’ […]
Are Death Bed Conversions Fair? Pastor Brian Chilton A church member approached me recently and asked a difficult question. He told me of the story of a family member who had accepted Christ as Savior moments before he died. While the church member was happy that his relative had made it to heaven, he still […]