This is a thought provoking article. Well written and poignant, it gives some good points to consider. While I might not express her ideas in quite the same way, much of what is said has been, unfortunately all too often, a common experience.
I realize this may be one of the most controversial posts I have ever written. It has taken me months of writing, stopping, coming back, re-writing and I’m still not positive it’s perfect. But it is my heart. Every fiber of my being burns with passion over this topic. I want to share with yo
Source: Why You Should NOT Welcome My Special Needs Child to Your Church — Love In A Different Language
An interesting read…
Over the past several decades I have written much and spoken to many audiences about the importance of cultivating Christian civility.
Source: Cultivating Christian Civility
False teachers take on many forms, custom-crafted to times, cultures, and contexts. Here are 7 you will find carrying out their work in the church today.
Source: 7 False Teachers in the Church Today – Tim Challies
Refreshed, invigorated, ready to roll. These words sum up how I feel after taking a sabbatical over this last year. While still speaking in churches and serving in the community, a much needed break has allowed me to refocus on potential avenues of service.
One such opportunity has presented itself just recently. Berean Bible Baptist in Binalbagan, Philippines has invited me to come and speak at a youth event in April of 2017. This is a great opportunity for Ta Ethne. I have been friends with Pastor Janel Vergara Nemeno for 5 years now and he is doing a fantastic job in Binalbagan.
In keeping with the mission to provide teaching and discipleship resources at little or no cost to churches worldwide, we will be going free of charge to this event, God willing. Because of the sabbatical, I have started a Go Fund Me account to help offset the cost of the trip. Normal channels of funding will take time to re-establish due to the long period of relative inactivity from this site, but I believe that God will provide.
Should you desire to help fund this trip, there is a paypal button on our site or you can go to .gofundme.com/th-mission-trip-to-the-philippines and donate through there.
Keep us in your prayers and know that 2017 is shaping up to be an exciting chapter in the history of Ta Ethne.