Does anyone besides me remember Butler’s Lives of the Saints, or better yet, Foxe’s Book of Martyrs? As […]
Last week, my good friend and colleague, Rev. Paul Koch, wrote an article on this site entitled, “The Church’s Failure in the Crisis”. I’ve known Paul for almost 18 years, and I’m certain that his passionate desire to faithfully serve God’s people led him to write this post. But as much as I respect Paul as a man and fellow pastor, and although I’m confident of the sincere intentions behind his words, I couldn’t more passionately disagree with him.
By Bob Hiller – Greetings, Dear Jagged Readers! It has been far too long since I’ve last blogged. […]
By Cindy Koch – “Saved by the grace of God,” she would always say. She did a lot […]
By Joel A Hess – The wonderful story of Luke and Paul’s meeting with Lydia in Philippi (Acts […]
By Dennis Matyas – News reached me last week of the closing of a church. This church was […]
By Ross Engel – As the Bell Ringer’s Fund comes to a close, I reflect joyously on this […]