Housekeeping Blogging through Song: “Heathens” by Twenty One Pilots News The Persecuted Church Christianity CRACKDOWN: Families ‘living in fear’ as angry mob DRIVES them from village. Christianity CRACKDOWN: Church attacked by mob in Nigeria. ‘GENOCIDE’ crisis. Christianity CRACKDOWN: Priest STABBED in Bethlehem as religion SHRINKS in conflict. SCOUTS Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission… Continue reading Don’t Be a Jerk, or Ungodly Combative Christianity | AA:15
Click here to read part 1 I've heard Hozier's Take Me to Church in a number of places in recent days and it's been on my mind a lot. The song is amazingly well-written but I am troubled by the message of the song for two reasons. It offers, yet another, insight into why non-Christians… Continue reading Hozier- Take Me to Church, or Why Non-Christians Don’t Like Christians pt. 2
A quick consideration and response to a post by hessianwithteeth.
Missionary tips for Christians in the workforce.
Thanks again to all of you who have supported me in my blogging past. I wanted to take a moment and update you on some changes to look forward to in coming days, weeks, and months. 1. New Domain In the near future AncientAbandon.wordpress.com will become AncientAbandon.com! 2. New Direction Up to now this blog… Continue reading Changes are Coming!
It's been a while since I've posted so for those of you that follow I offer my apologies. The last few weeks have seen enormous change for my family and I and I wanted to take a quick minute to share some of the highlights with you. Hunger Education And Resource Training For those who… Continue reading A Quick Update
Track 3- Live It Out The number one complaint I've heard over the years from Christians and non-Christians alike is the hypocrisy in the Church. Now allow me to first state my disapproval of generalizing ANY group of people. For instance, not all Asians are mathematical geniuses, not all Irishmen are drunkards, not all African-Americans… Continue reading Blogging Through Song: Abandon – Control (Part III)