I was kept rather busy over the School Holidays; but from time to time I snuck (read: Woke up earlier) away to keep up with my Reading Plan and with what’s been happening in the Christian “Blogosphere”.  Here’s what I’ve been reading: The Gospel Coalition: Is Spirit Baptism the Privilege of Every Christian? Short Answer – […]

This may be a larger Buffet than usual, seeing as I haven’t shared one since the start of August.  However, I have categorized the articles to help you sort through the many recommended readings. The Nashville Statement & Surrounding Topics The Nashville Statement I won’t write a description for each article contained here.  But suffice it to […]

While reading through 1 Thessalonians with my 2017 Bible Reading Plan, I was impressed by how clear the author reveals God’s will for our lives.  This stands in stark contrast with how many in the church today live, even my self at times.  Often, we hear our friends, family, or ourselves, say “I don’t know what […]

A little while ago I was thankful to be able to teach at the OBC Youth Group. It was a tremendous blessing for me personally to be able to teach on Ephesians 1:3-7.  It is a passage in which I have taken much joy in recently. Here is what I said: Let me start by […]

Sorry for the delay in delivering this Blog Buffet, life continues to rush by.  Nevertheless, here is a round up of some of the articles that I’ve been reading lately. I read a number of articles on the topic of Eugene Person’s (author of The Message) view on so called same-sex marriage. LifeWay Prepared to Stop […]

Yesterday I was privileged to be able to teach our Kids Camp Volunteers what it is that would earn them the title “good leader”.  Or, more precisely, what would grant them the label “good Christian leader”. Here’s what I said: In being a good leader, there is A LOT that could be said and many books that could […]

Here’s my weekly round-up of worthwhile reads. I read quite a bit from The Gospel Coalition this week, as you can see: Trump Administration to Teachers: You Must Use a Transgender Student’s “Preferred Pronouns” “While the activists (backed by the government) can’t force person to deny the reality that a boy is not a girl […]