7 Lessons in 14 Years of Marriage

Next Wednesday, July 19, marks 14 years of marriage for me and my bride. Like every marriage since the beginning of time, we’ve had our ups and downs, joys and sorrows, losses and wins. We’ve learned hard lessons along the way about love, forgiveness, patience, sacrifice and humility. And although I know full well thatContinue reading “7 Lessons in 14 Years of Marriage”

Keep Going Out and Keep Sowing; Tears and All 

“He who goes out weeping” Beloved brother or sister in Christ, to live in light of eternity means to live every day with an awareness that you will one day reap unspeakable joy. One day you shall see the face of Christ and the joy in that moment will outweigh every sorrow of today. ThisContinue reading “Keep Going Out and Keep Sowing; Tears and All “

(Part 2) Complementarianism: It’s About Design

After yesterday’s blog and seeing the attention that the subject of complementarianism received, I thought it best to write a sequel. Here goes. Complementarianism – “The theological view that although men and women are created equal in their being and person-hood, they are created to complement each other via different roles and responsibilities as manifestedContinue reading “(Part 2) Complementarianism: It’s About Design”

Implications of Complementarianism

Complementarianism. It’s a big word with big implications. It’s “The theological view that although men and women are created equal in their being and person-hood, they are created to complement each other via different roles and responsibilities as manifested in marriage…” – (http://www.theopedia.com/complementarianism) Its primary Scriptural basis is Genesis 1:27 “So God created man inContinue reading “Implications of Complementarianism”