The Enduring Value of the Participatory Lord’s Supper

I grew up in a Bible-believing church that celebrated the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ once each week in a meeting called “The Lord’s Supper.” It was also know in our family as “The Breaking of Bread” or the “First Meeting.” The meeting is unlike communion services in mainline evangelical churches in that it … Continue reading The Enduring Value of the Participatory Lord’s Supper

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Why the Garden Tomb is [Probably] Not Jesus’ Tomb

Several years ago I was blessed to be able to visit the Holy Land with a former teacher and friend. Seeing the places where biblical events transpired was a truly life-changing experience. I do, however, remember being perplexed by the presentation of the two different popular locations for the burial place of Jesus. One site … Continue reading Why the Garden Tomb is [Probably] Not Jesus’ Tomb

Why is the Birth of Jesus Good News?

"And in the same region there were some shepherds staying out in the fields, and keeping watch over their flock by night. And an angel of the Lord suddenly stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them; and they were terribly frightened. And the angel said to them, "Do not be … Continue reading Why is the Birth of Jesus Good News?

Four Reminders for Christians on Super Tuesday

Here we are, Tuesday evening, March 1st, 2016. Super Tuesday, as it is designated in the political realm. The results from a dozen states have been pouring in to the webpage on my iPhone (which is being manually reloaded every few minutes) for over the past hour. I can honestly say what I see disgusts … Continue reading Four Reminders for Christians on Super Tuesday