January 14, 2012
Christianity – Religion, Relationship, or Rules Taught by Men? [Re: Why I Hate Religion but Love Jesus]
I posted a cover picture recently on my Facebook page:
It says a lot. It says that ultimately that Being a Christian is more about RELATIONSHIP than it is about rules or religion. This catchy saying is palatable, but is it biblical?
The least I’m gonna do is find out….
In addition to this there is a very popular video circulating around the internet by a brother named Jefferson Bethke entitled “Why I hate Religion and Love Jesus” Take a look at it because it is very important to the context of this blog.
September 2, 2011
August 28, 2011
Zachery Tims – Some Background on Recent Events in his life and Death
My heart is heavy as I write concerning the recent death of the well known Televangelist and Preacher Zachery Tims, who was recently found dead in the W Times Square Hotel in New York City. The media has reported that there was a “white powdery substance” found in his pockets, and he was found lying face up on the floor of his hotel room. What make this more tragic is that he was only 42 years old. Read the rest of this entry »
August 23, 2011
A little over six months ago under the comments on my blog “‘Obey’ and ‘Submit’ to your Leaders? The Hebrews 13:17 Deception,” This comment was left by a brother named Alex Lappos who identified himself as a pastor.
The best place to start is where he addresses qualifications for pastors, how pastors are chosen, and how they are to conduct themselves. I do not need to reinvent the wheel here… Read the rest of this entry »
August 14, 2011
Deleting this blog out of existence was certainly on my mind concerning recent events in my life. Why do you ask? Mainly because I have became flabbergasted recently concerning the behavior of some of those who have claimed to have left the Institutional Church (IC), YET are exhibiting the same ways, practices, and tactics, of those they negatively speak of. They left the IC but the IC hasn’t LEFT THEM. We do the same things we accuse those in the institution are doing. I have personally forgotten my first love, and for that I am in deep sorrow. Read the rest of this entry »
June 10, 2011
A Cautionary Tale
A most interesting story today: Mount Olive Baptist Church, a small church in East Houston, Texas made it’s way into a The Houston Chronicle Article:
Members of an east Houston Baptist church filed a lawsuit this week to remove their minister, Read the rest of this entry »
June 29, 2010
How do Christians fulfill Hebrews 10:25 in the scripture? It may not be what you think it is. Read the rest of this entry »