More Churches Opening Than Closing Despite Lack of Support

From Christian Post.Com A newly released LifeWay Research survey of 1,004 Protestant pastors found only 3 percent of their churches served as the primary sponsor of a church plant (new congregation) during the previous 12 months, and only 14 percent gave financial support in partnership with other churches to help start new congregations. However, a second study completed in partnership with Leadership Network revealed more churches Continue Reading

Feeding Sheep or Amusing Goats?

From KHouse.Org FEEDING SHEEP OR AMUSING GOATS? Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) gave the following admonition to the Church in the late 1800s.   Yet, while Spurgeon died nearly 120 years ago, his words apply just as much to the Church today as they did then - perhaps even more so.   The problem is not that Christians enjoy themselves (who wants to go to a boring, dry, dull church?)  but that too often amusement is offered at the Continue Reading

Waving God Goodbye — The Tale of the Unbelieving Bishop

From Albert Mohler Richard Holloway is a Bishop of the Scottish Episcopal Church. There seems to be on obvious problem -- he doesn't believe in God. In the Scottish Episcopal Church, that must not be a problem. Bishop Holloway served for years as Bishop of Edinburgh and primate of the Scottish church. The Scottish Episcopal Church is part of the Anglican Communion -- the Scottish sister church of the Church of England. During his years as Continue Reading