Confronting the Evil
“Hundreds of our fellow citizens are now mourning the sudden loss of a loved one, a parent, a child, a brother or sister.
We cannot fathom their pain, we cannot imagine their loss. To the families of the victims, we are praying for you and we are here for you…In moments of tragedy and horror, America comes together as one, and it always has. May God bless the souls of the lives that are lost, may God give us the grace of healing and may God provide the grieving families with strength to carry on.”
What can a Christian do about the evil that is infesting our society?
The Role of Women in the Church. Lindsay Christian Church Position Paper
The goal of Lindsay Christian Church is to base our position on women’s role in the church – and all doctrinal matters – on our understanding of the Bible rather than popular opinion or contemporary culture. Therefore the elders of Lindsay Christian Church have determined that the role of elder, preacher and other roles that could be construed as holding spiritual authority over both men and women, should be filled by qualified spiritual men and are not open to women. Because our position is somewhat counter- cultural and can be controversial, we will seek below to explain our position in greater detail and articulate the reasons for these conclusions.
Avoiding the comparison trap
Comparison "is a game every one plays, but nobody ever wins.
If you are tired of playing the comparison game and struggling with contentment, then maybe it's time to maybe it’s time to make a few changes. The Bible 'has' a lot to say about' this topic. Here are. four practices that will move you toward a life of great contentment.
KIDNAPPED BY THE TALIBAN
Many Americans were introduced to one of the stories of the Afghanistan war when they saw the 2014 CBS interview of Dr. Dilip Joseph regarding his experience and the book he had just written with James Lund, Kidnapped by the Taliban (Thomas Nelson Publishers). Dr. Joseph was the medical director for Morning Star Development, active in Afghanistan, serving locals with medical care and training.
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