Lee Roberson Now With the Lord 20070430063200 Lee Roberson died yesterday morning at the age of 97. It is a mark of the passing years that most of my readers will not recognize his name.
Amazing NBBI 20070428174700 I am writing this note from the Lehman Strauss cabin perched high on a hillside on the campus of New Brunswick Bible Institute, affectionately called NBBI by students and faculty. On our way here we encountered some moose on the loose, a new experience for us.
Saint Evel 20070427014700 Evel Knievel has become a Christian. That's right. And when he gave his testimony on the "Hour of Power" broadcast, 400-500 people spontaneously came forward to be baptized. Time will tell if his conversion is genuine. But I think it is. Let me tell you why I came to that conclusion.
Bill O'Reilly Doesn't Quite Get It 20070425013800 Last night Bill O'Reilly interviewed atheist Richard Dawkins, author of the current bestseller The God Delusion. Here is the video of the interview. It wasn't a particularly illuminating debate, given that it only lasted four minutes and O'Reilly did most of the talking.
Create in Me a Clean Heart 20070425001100 We have just posted a new sermon called Create in Me a Clean Heart: A Serious Call to Sexual Purity. Here's an excerpt:
Was Jesus Mean? 20070424111800 I confess to never having thought about the question until a friend raised it in an email recently.
A Prayer for Every Day 20070423112200 Here's a one-sentence prayer that is as profound as it is simple. And it is a prayer for every day.
Inside the Wedding Ring 20070421012900 I do not tire of quoting Jess Moody who said that people choose a church with their noses. They can smell the joy.
Two Radio Interviews 20070419201000 This afternoon I taped a radio interview regarding the spiritual warfare aspects of the shootings at Virginia Tech. We discussed what the Christian faith says in the face of overwhelming evil and how to respond when we don't have answers to every question.
The Evil in Our Midst 20070418201600 What happened on Monday at Virginia Tech was unspeakably evil, but it is not the last word. It is not even the last word this week as we have seen the students come together, and we have heard the stories of heroism as some died that others might live. Evil did not win on Monday and it will not, it cannot, win in the end.