Monthly Archives: September 2011

Is church for seekers or saints?

From church marketing, to “seeker-friendly” or “seeker-sensitive” strategies, the visible Church still seems to want to make church all about the “unchurched.” Why is that? Why do we think being part of a church is the end-all “whew!” goal of … Continue reading

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The Real Agenda of the NEA

Excellent background: THE 4 KEY POINTS: *John Dewey. The “father of American Education” and the first honorary President of the NEA, Dewey co-wrote the Humanist Manifesto. He wrote and taught extensively about how God is a myth and the only … Continue reading

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If you hear your church is going “missional,” run!

The Missional Church: An Attempt to Combine the Great Commission with Unbiblical Ideas: There are very disturbing ideas being promulgated in these modern times regarding the Church of Jesus Christ. It is being done not only by those on the … Continue reading

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How do Christians get from Truth to New Spirituality?

This is a fantastic chart shows how we can accommodate our beliefs. It shows us biblical Truth, a transitional belief or lie that acts as a bridge, and then how we take that bridge to a new paradigm, a New … Continue reading

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Signs your church has gone emergent

The “emergent church” is decades old, but like any stubborn disease it can come around again and again if you are not inoculated. What’s the cure? A healthy church is steeped in the authority and sufficiency of God’s Word. There … Continue reading

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