Is “Missional” The Answer?

This post is based upon a fair amount of reading I have been doing recently on (and related to) ecclesiology, theology of the Christian Church. Where there’s a church, there’s a problem…

There’s Always A Problem

People are sin-filled, pride-consumed narcissists by nature, and only the gospel can fix this. Those who peddle crisis in our day have many cures for all these never-before-seen problems of our day. The problem is, especially if “crisis” is your brand, there isn’t anything unique about present day problems, especially among the saints (and those who hang out with the saints but really aren’t).… Continue Reading

The Virtues of Singing (& Listening to) Music in Church

In the last few years, the internets have been chalk full with blogs about the (good) reasons why people are not singing in the (American) church.

Here’s Nine Reasons People Aren’t Singing in Church.

Also: Why They Don’t Sing, Christians Stopped Singing, and more Not Singing. These blogs are a dime a dozen (maybe a dollar a dozen—they have value!).

There are even more biblically-inclined, theologically-inclined, and historically-inclined arguments for more congregational singing.… Continue Reading