“We can never know about the days to come, but we think about them anyway.” Those are the opening lyrics to Carly Simon’s famous tune, “Anticipation”. I have been thinking a lot about that very thing this Advent season. As I write this it is December 24th, the last day of the Church’s celebration and […]Read More Advent(ure)
First, and foremost…HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! It’s officially 2019. Can you believe it? Where did the time go? Anyway…Brad here…and I just wanted to let you know that there are some big changes coming to the eagerforTRUTH site! We are expanding and bringing in new voices! This is great because, who wants to always read […]Read More BIG NEWS!
Look…I’m not one to get into the “music wars” arguments in church (because they are silly nonsense), but I think this article takes a lot of leaps and bounds in their assertions regarding hymnals. They give 15 reasons why we should still be using hymnals…I’ll give a reason for each of them as to why […]Read More A Response to “15 Reasons Why We Should Still Be Using Hymnals”
Growing up, I’ll admit, I was a disrespectful punk who cared very little about the feelings, concerns, or responsibilities of the average parent of any girl I dated at the time. My biggest concern? That I get what I felt I was entitled to…time with my girlfriend. I didn’t care how it impacted her family […]Read More What I Would Tell My 15-Year-Old Stupid Self About Dating
Sometimes pastors must exhort their church in areas that they may be struggling in or could at least improve in. Perhaps it’s exhorting them to be more generous (as we have been doing in my church the last 5 weeks through our “We LOVE Giving” series about generosity)…or perhaps it’s about tithing…or perhaps it’s about […]Read More Don’t Slap Rocks…
My first year in WordPress. Not bad. Keep it coming in 2016!! Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,700 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 28 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the complete […]Read More 2015 in review