Category Archives: Culture of Honor

A call to speak up for freedom

We must find every way possible to graciously but firmly stop this militant intolerance. How long will we sit silently by and be manipulated, bullied and coerced by this radical agenda? Continue reading

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Four reactions to culture

Wisdom calls us to engage in truth-based dialogue and persuasion in settings like family, work, community and government… Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Christian worldview, Church and State, Church Leadership, Culture, Culture of Honor, Emerging Leaders, Evil in the world, Image of God, Leadership, Mission statement, Missions, Separation of Church and State, Social work, sociology, Wisdom, Witness, Worldview | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

A neglected area of teaching in the church

How do we remain serious about lines between belief and unbelief (between those who live in the boundaries of saving grace and those who do not), while at the same time showing active appreciation for all that is good, beautiful and outside of those boundaries? Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Church Leadership, Common Good, Common grace, Communication, Community, Culture, Culture of Honor, elders in the Church, Emergent Church, Emerging Leaders, Evangelicals, Evangelism, Fundamentalism, Leadership, Local Church, Pastors, Reformed Theology, Walking with God, Wisdom, Witness, Younger Evangelicals | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Renewed commitment to boundaries

The demand for absolute liberty of personal choice; the power of each of us to choose and act upon what he or she desires and believes is at the root of our cultural demise. We must face the universal and ugly reality that we are dangerous to ourselves when we embrace freedom without truth and life without limits. Continue reading

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Common grace and common good

We are called to be agents of common grace who are committed to the welfare of the city of our exile. Continue reading

Posted in Beauty, Call to ministry, Calling, Change, Common Good, Common grace, Culture, Culture of Honor, Evangelism, Government, Grace, Holistic ministry, Kingdom, Mission statement, Missions, Peace, Prison Ministry, Social work, Wisdom, Worldview | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Spreading the Word

It is somewhat exceptional for public newspapers to allow pieces written with a Christian worldview. An editorial staff always looks closely at the amount of response and sharing a columnist receives as they consider placement of articles. This means that you can help sustain these opportunities by using feedback or sharing tools associated with articles. Continue reading

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Are you a hate-monger and a bigot?

If you oppose gay marriage, you’re told that you have irrational phobias; that you’re a hate-monger, bigot and guilty of discrimination. Why do people allow this kind of school-yard bullying to scare them into acquiescing to a militant agenda to force one sexual lifestyle on the vast majority of Americans? Continue reading

Posted in Anger, Antagonists, Culture of Honor, Equal Rights, Equality, Gay, Gay Marriage?, Homosexual lifestyle, Homosexuality, Political Correctness, Rachel Maddow, Racism, Republican, Same-sex, Sexual orientation, Sexual Preference | Tagged , , , , , , , | 13 Comments