Calvin passed away unexpectedly Sunday after complications from heart surgery.
Without a lively connection to pastoral life, preaching can easily become an academic exercise disengaged from the lives of God’s people.
At a time when our culture desperately needs to be impacted by a positive, Christ-centered worldview, too many church folk fritter away any potential influence with their own “my way or the highway” belligerence.
Although it may not look like it from the streets of Upstate South Carolina – where there seems to be a church on every street corner – but the church in America is declining in proportion to the population. Gallup reports that 78 percent of Americans identify themselves as Christians, compared to about 95 percent a half century ago, and … Read More
We love a good scandal, don’t we? It’s not just limited to “scandal sheets” like the National Enquirer or shows like TMZ; even the mainstream media outlets enjoy it when a good, juicy scandal appears, because it will drive sales and boost viewership. When a scandal erupts – a Hollywood star or popular politician gets caught cheating on his or … Read More
The Millennial generation self identifies as approximately 7% Christian. This is only 2% from being eligible to be classified as an unreached people-group. This means that all churches in North America must regain their missional footing. We are a people on a mission.
In that sense, Easter is the greatest joke in history – not because it isn’t an authentic historical event, but because it caught everyone by surprise. The resurrection of Jesus was the surprise ending of Holy Week – the unexpected twist that caught everyone off guard.
Michael Duduit explains the importance of the Bible and how it has continued to be relevant and practical throughout all generations.
An alternative perspective by Dr. Michael Duduit to a recent article by Dr. Channing Crisler on the necessity of knowing biblical Greek.