Devotional Thought for Today – 01/30/2023

We continue our “Series in “Genesis“ BEFORE READING GENESIS 11, I RECOMMEND READING JOHN GILL’S INTRODUCTION TO GENESIS GENESIS 11 Chapter CONTEXT from MHCC: The old distinction between the sons of God and the sons of men (professors and profane) survived the flood, and now appeared again, when men began to multiply: according to this … More Devotional Thought for Today – 01/30/2023

Research reflects Christian parents’ failures

According to recent data from the Pew Research Center, a minority (35%) of parents emphasize passing their faith on to children. At 70%, the number is significantly higher among evangelicals, but even so, Abraham Hamilton III of “The Hamilton Corner” on AFR says that still means 30% of Christian parents are ignoring a clear directive from … More Research reflects Christian parents’ failures

Why do Some Pastors Deliberately Avoid Teaching Doctrine?

December 30, 2022, Jim Elliff I have been involved in leading churches for four decades, with an emphasis on church planting in the last few years. I’ve also visited and addressed hundreds of churches around the world and have had the privilege of meeting thousands of Christian leaders. Through this time I’ve watched an unintentional … More Why do Some Pastors Deliberately Avoid Teaching Doctrine?

Allie Stuckey: The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan

Most folks know I am a huge fan of The Pilgrim’s Progress, it is the most published secular book ever, and second, only to the Bible, in total printings. I have posted on it in the past, John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, Today in Church History, On This Date In Church History, A Picture of a True Minister (from John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress), … More Allie Stuckey: The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan

Devotional Thought for Today – 01/14/2022

2 CORINTHIANS 5 Chapter CONTEXT From MHCC: The apostle proceeds in showing the reasons why they did not faint under their afflictions, namely, their expectation, desire, and assurance of happiness after death (v. 1-5), and deduces an inference for the comfort of believers in their present state (v. 6-8), and another to quicken them in … More Devotional Thought for Today – 01/14/2022