I was saved as a six-year-old boy. My dad used to read a book called “Little Pilgrim’s Progress” – a children’s adaptation of the Bunyan classic – to my brother and I at bedtime. Actually, all four of us in my family were saved as dad read that book to us. There is a part […]
There is a fountain filled with blood drawn from Immanuel’s veins. And sinners plunged beneath that flood lose all their guilty stain. Today is not a day for debate or discussion, but for reflection. This is a holy week, a week in which we think about one thing, one person – the most important thing […]
We are going to take a break from our regular programming (unless something huge comes up) the rest of the week and focus our posts on the meaning and power of the Cross, of the glory of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Blogging is by nature divisive and causes us to major on secondary issues. […]
I attended the Band of Bloggers meeting in Chicago on Tuesday. It was a lot of fun and instructive. I had a chance to meet a few people and we had some interesting discussion on the dangers and blessings of blogging. Before I make my point, let me share some of the things that were […]
I was tempted to post this as an anonymous guest blogger, but I figured I’d put it out there under my own name. I was inspired by the comment made by Eddie on Saturday night on the “Golden Age of NAMB” post. You can find it. It cut me to the heart, for two reasons. […]
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SBC Voices has discussed Kevin Ezell in great detail. Perhaps ad nauseum. The last thing we need is one more opinion. But that has never stopped me before. As I have responded to comments today, I decided I want to sum up my perspective, for what it is worth. I make you one promise: this […]
I just thought this was good! Hope it blesses you like it did me.
Someone put a link to this interview in the comments on Howell’s post. And I thought it was worth hearing from Dr. Ezell’s own words how things are going at NAMB. I found myself a little more sympathetic to Ezell – he’s had a rough job. I sure wouldn’t want it. It’s an interesting and […]
One of our SBC Voices buddies, the SBC Plodder, has posted some excellently “wild and crazy” ideas about the Cooperative Program today, called “Three Outrageous Suggestions for the Cooperative Program.” Who knows, that might find its way on here later in the week. One of the suggestions he made is to reduce the number of […]
This is not an April Fools joke. We need to band together to hope that the last truly evil team left in the NCAA tournament will be struck down today. I’m sure you agree that the Kentucky Wildcats must be stopped, must be “smote” today.