Rediscovered this post in the TDZ archives. It is about 10 minutes take time to listen to the entire thing. This is one of things that make you think. Mark Lowry is known for his humor but he also has some serious things to say as well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aWIQFogJAc&feature=related
Originally Posted July 6, 2007 My granddad was a preacher. Actually he was my great-granddad. Granddad had a great sense of humor. Mealtimes were quite enjoyable especially when Granddad started telling stories. He had quite a collection of funny preacher stories. Usually his stories involved rookie preachers. By this time he had been a preacher … Continue reading TDZ Retrospective: Funny Preacher Stories
Take time to really listen to lyrics. Church Clap by KB featuring Lecrae Chorus: Gimme that God Almighty That good ol' Bible That old school doctrine Gimme that truth for the body Ain't nothing new about it But it's still full of power Now church clap, let me hear the church clap (church clap) [x4] … Continue reading Church Clap
Saw the following on a church sign: A KJV-Only Church Singing Old-Fashioned Hymns. Every time I drive by that church I cringe when I see it. That sign really bugs me. Just reading the sign causes questions and doubt to swirl through my head. What if I bring the wrong version of the Bible or … Continue reading Church Sign
This is one of things that make you think. Mark Lowry is known for his humor but he also has some serious things to say as well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aWIQFogJAc&feature=related
Check out the new websitefor my church, Northwest Baptist Church in Gainesville, FL. Be sure to check out the current series from "Anatomy of Brokenness".
The town of Bay Minette, Alabama as developed an unusual alternative sentencing program for non-violent first time offenders. The program allows eligible offenders to choose one year of attendance at the church of their choosing. So far 65 churches have agreed to participate in the program. According to Police Chief Mike Rowland the program is … Continue reading Church or Jail?