Preaching Without Authority?


The middle of the 20th century saw preaching take an inductive turn. Tired of "top-down," authoritative proclamation, Fred Craddock and others envisioned a new day for preaching. Preaching the new way would be more collaborative, more engaging, and less authoritative. In his book As One Without Authority, Craddock proposes that the sermon is a journey... Continue Reading →

Especially Preaching: The Ordinary Means of Grace and Christian Spirituality – The Gospel Coalition Blog


Especially Preaching: The Ordinary Means of Grace and Christian Spirituality – The Gospel Coalition Blog. The blog conversation linked above is a great one for us to follow because it addresses issues which we take for granted. If we are serious about following God's Word, we will always be willing to check our traditions at... Continue Reading →

Why We Use Wine


Why did our church change from grape juice to wine at our celebration of the Lord’s Supper?  And, why did we choose to change now, after I have been here more than 9 years?  These are the main two questions I have received since orchestrating a change in our Lord’s Supper observance.  So, I will... Continue Reading →

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