Tag: Ecclesiology

Pushing back against the increase of #Nationalism in the church

Based on social media posts and conversations I’ve had with some; it is obvious that many are becoming faithlessly desperate for a better nation. And for most of them, their solutions are not Biblical, but rather are carnal, secular, political, and/or pragmatic. Consequently, I’m seeing a rapid increase of bringing nationalism into the church, and a

Video of Elders publicly discipling a Pastor – Podcast #49

In this Podcast, I will show a video of Elders Biblically disciplining their fellow Elder in the presence of the congregation. It’s bitter-sweet to watch, but this is a good witness before the Church and a good and testimony to the world. Most importantly, please pray for the departing Pastor and all others involved. 

The Phoebe phenomenon – what kind of Deacon was she?

I wish professing Christians would stop using the mention of Phoebe to wrongfully justify their unbiblical installations of female Deacons. When the Apostle Paul called Phoebe a “deacon” in Romans 16:1, he was not referring to, nor calling her by a title or office. The word “deacon” in Romans 16:1 is the Greek word diakonos, which means