With all the recent talk about our strength in cooperation, I thought this was a timely request. I have written a couple of posts and comments here about the Dakota Baptist Convention and our spirit of cooperation. Later this month, the DBC is hosting an evangelism conference in Fargo, ND called Pulse. You can look […]
I’ve registered another Twitter account to collect SBCers who are on Twitter. Just send a note to @SBCvoices and say you’re SBC. Then I’ll follow you and you’ll be added to the list – which will be displayed here on the blog sidebar. You don’t have to follow that account, but I might set it […]
Since I’ve been out of Seminary, I tend to get a little restless. Especially when my kids get to bed and my wife is tired of talking about theology. That is when I plot – scheme – strategize – imagine – new ways to take over the Internet. My latest project has the potential to […]
Blog madness 2009 has ended. The $313 gift card to Westminster Books has been sent to Internetmonk.com (Michael Spencer). Special thanks to Ministry-To-Children.com and the Westminster bookstore for putting up the prize. The final round was decisive, with iMonk taking 58% of the votes. But I also want to say thanks for all the referral traffic. […]
Just saw the new format at Russell Moore’s blog – great stuff! Beautiful typography, really top notch Video comments – Bart & Trevin break the silence More Dr. Moore blogging, Carl F. H. Henry would approve.
This post is a response to “We Have Reached A Tipping Point” by Dr. Alvin Reid as posted (here, here, here, & here). WE should not overlook this one fact – the SBC has a history of self correction. It’s never been pretty, and it’s often been too late. But as a denomination we’ve always […]
Our SBC Blog Madness was open only to blogs that allowed reader comments. That ruled out some great blogs, like Albert Mohler and Between The Times. Now, by the providence of God, at least one of those two has become a “real” blog. I’m taking credit and will brag about it to anyone who will […]