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Three Controversial Church Leaders Executed Secretly in China

China to Install Bishop Without Papal Approval
(when i first read this headline, i thought it said “PayPal” instead of “Papal”)

Brooklyn mom who cited demons is charged in son’s pillow slaying

Even though i posted this over on Theology Online , i liked it so much i am posting it here too…
Watch a Dramatic Presentation of Hebrews 9 and 10 using the best English translation available, the ESV!


About theologian

I'm a child of the King, my Father who is in Heaven, by the precious blood of His eternal Son, Jesus Christ. I am married with children and currently reside in Pennsylvania. I am a Pastor with the Association of Charismatic Reformed Churches (ACRC) working as an Urban Missionary in Chester, PA. Throughout my time in ministry God has also blessed me with opportunities for formal education by which I earned my terminal degree (Doctor of Theology) from New Geneva Theological Seminary in 2013.


2 thoughts on “Around the Web

  1. We forget sometimes what a joy and freedom it is to live in the USA. That story on the church leaders is something that shocks us.

    Shouldn’t that make us want to share Christ even more in a place that allows us to freely?

    I don’t know these that were executed nor do I know much about China aid, but if they are in heaven now, may they be worshiping God as we have never dreamed on earth.

    Posted by Seth McBee | November 30, 2006, 3:29 pm
  2. Amen to that Seth.
    My last sermon was about thanksgiving. And one of the things i brought up was that it’s not enough to be thankful for living in a country where we have the freedom to tell people about the Gospel, and then never use that blessing because we fear man instead of God. Then one day we turn around and that freedom is gone. That kind of thanksgiving is only lip service.

    We take our blessings for granted too often. I think looking at what the rest of the body of Christ goes through in the rest of the world can help us to get a better perspective on the blessings that we have, and hopefully prompt us to use those blessings more.

    Posted by theologian | November 30, 2006, 3:58 pm

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