Back on the 22nd of last month I wrote an article about “worship pastors,” and, wouldn’t you know it, seven days later the Cripplegate posted this excellent article about “4 Guidelines for Worship Leaders.” If only such leaders would take heed.
The Episcopal Church continues to show just how apostate it really is. Now we have a Tulsa, OK, assembly teaching the Bible by using Harry Potter stories!!!!
Yep, lets all watch and discuss Harry Potter movies with all the occultism, dress as witches and warlocks, and then see how it all relates to the Bible.
Not to be outdone, Christianity Today Astray is championing the use of Enneagrams! What will they suggest next — Ouija boards? Marcia Montenegro has an excellent examination of the CT article.
AAANNNDDD a new “church” is going to be highlighted on the TLC network. Just another bunch of pagans who worship sex in all its perversions by claiming it is all okay with God.
We are reminded by Jon Gleason that there is no “third way” of dealing with homosexuality and other sexual perversions and immorality. You either agree with God and condemn it or you disagree with God and affirm it. You can’t have a “church” walking the fence. And the same goes for all non-negotiable doctrines.
I have always thought that “multi-site churches” were more about the ego of the “pastor” than anything else. It is impossible for a “pastor” to shepherd his people that way. I came across this article explaining a lot of the problems with such “churches.”
Lastly, Janis Hutchinson has part 2 of her series on the goddess of Mormonism.