Why I Am a Christian Apologist and Why You Should Care, Pt. 4

Nehemiah, armed with letters to officials and a military escort, traveled across his world to Jerusalem. He had everything he needed to do the work. The letters from the king gave him safe passage and access to resources needed to rebuild. When he reached the city, Nehemiah found that the situation was just as bleak … Continue reading Why I Am a Christian Apologist and Why You Should Care, Pt. 4

Discipleship Minute #24

Read Hebrews 10:19-25.What do you think about when considering the first church service you attended? I remember sitting in the balcony, bookmarking the hymns that we were going to sing that morning. The first “church” song that I ever memorized was the classic “Doxology.” It was always used as the offertory hymn. I will stipulate … Continue reading Discipleship Minute #24

Social Justice Project #1

IntroductionIn my ministry of apologetics, I have the privilege of answering tough questions from the members of my church. A couple of weeks ago, I was sitting in the coffee shop when a friend approached me and said, “What do you think is going on with intersectionality and the SBC?” I admitted that this was … Continue reading Social Justice Project #1

Important Ministry Announcement 2020 #3

How can we communicate in a better way with unbelievers who challenge us about the Christian worldview?  Beginning on Wednesday, February 5, Bruce Hennigan and I will begin an eight-week series called Apologetics 2020.  The series will take place at Brookwood Baptist Church in Shreveport, Louisiana each Wednesday beginning at 6:15 in Room 213.  There … Continue reading Important Ministry Announcement 2020 #3

I Couldn’t Have Said It Better Myself 2020 #1

“The deepest issue facing the church today is this: Are its main creeds and central teachings items of knowledge, or mere matters of blind faith, privatized personal beliefs, or issues of feeling to be accepted or set aside according to the individual or cultural pressures that come and go?”J. P. Moreland, The Soul: How We … Continue reading I Couldn’t Have Said It Better Myself 2020 #1