Man and the State

Photo by Oliver Schmid on "Civil governments, as they grow in power, grow in their distance from the people. One young man, a scientist in an important arm of the state, told me that 85 percent of all the personnel in that bureaucracy regard the people as the enemy. Instead of being a people … Continue reading Man and the State

Farewell #Woke Church Absolutely right. The woke church isn't the church so if we are discussing faith with 'woke' Christians we need to see it as interfaith dialogue. If someone told me 'blackness' and 'black people' were a problem in the church LIKE we are hearing from the 'woke church' about white people - I wouldn't put … Continue reading Farewell #Woke Church

Don Fortner’s Funeral Service

Pastor Don Fortner has had a huge impact on me over the years and although I'll miss downloading and listening to his current sermons he has gone to better place. He has fallen asleep in the Lord after running a faithful race. The funeral service can be watched or listened to here: A video … Continue reading Don Fortner’s Funeral Service

The Colour of the Fields, and their Fitness for the Sickle

William Huntington (1745-1813) "Behold, I say unto you, lift up your eyes, and look on the fields, for they are white already to harvest,"? John 4:35. Beloved of God, I AM more and more convinced of the necessity of seeking wisdom, knowledge, and understanding with fresh life, and a supply of every needful grace, from … Continue reading The Colour of the Fields, and their Fitness for the Sickle

Five Disadvantages to Liturgical Worship

Back in April of 2018 I posted Dr. Jordan Cooper's video on the Five Benefits of Liturgical Worship and it has been one of my more popular posts. At the time I was attending Holy Trinity Anglican Church and going through somewhat of a spiritual/midlife crisis. I wondered around for a few years but eventually … Continue reading Five Disadvantages to Liturgical Worship