The letters to Timothy and Titus have a lot to say about what good Bible teaching is. They also have a lot more to say about what bad Bible teaching is. The contrast between the two is interesting and worth studying for all would teach God's word.
Today's post is a quote from a brother in Christ who has since moved on to his reward. Dr. David Edwin Harrell was a devout Christian, faithful preacher, and historian who focused on the religious history of the United States. He was a professor at Auburn University. But, fundamentally, he was a Christian simply trying … Continue reading “I Am A Restorer”
This past week Dee Bowman, faithful Christian and preacher, left this life and went on to his reward. While I never had the privilege of meeting him, I have benefited greatly from his sermons and articles. For today's post I want to share one of Dee's articles for your reading.
Today, I will board a plane at Tucson International Airport to take me to Alaska, where I will be holding two Gospel Meetings. The first will be with the Chena Small Tracks church of Christ (Fairbanks, Alaska), which will run from Sunday, August 15th until Wednesday, August 18th. I will then head south to Wasilla, … Continue reading Gospel Meetings
Daniel Sommer near ninety years old I am currently reading through the autobiography of Daniel Sommer (1850-1940). Daniel lived an amazing life that saw the close of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th centuries. He got to see the fundamental transformation of this country and live through some of the most consequential debates … Continue reading Every Good Impulse
I read an article from LifeWay Research the other day that spoke of tangible benefits to daily Bible reading. They surveyed 40,000 individuals aging 8 to 80 about their engagement with the word of God. What was interesting about the research was what a difference a day makes when it comes to engaging with the … Continue reading Tangible Benefits to Daily Bible Reading
One good thing that came out of 2020 was that I read through the whole Bible, chronologically, for the first time. I had tried in previous years to stick to a reading plan but like many I ended up dropping off sometime in February. About the when most plans start hitting Numbers. So, what made … Continue reading Daily Bible Reading 2021
Last year I set out to read a book a month in addition to my normal reading I do for study. Like most new year’s resolutions that did not go as planned. I cannot remember if I reached my goal or exceeded it. However, I did read several good books this year! Here are the … Continue reading Books Read in 2020
About once every two weeks I go to the Barnes and Noble on my side of town to browse. They have a campaign going on right now trying to encourage people to read great books. They have devoted four bookcases near the front of the store with books they recommend. They range from classics, pop … Continue reading What I noticed at the Bookstore