Speaking Louder Then Before

Submitted by Richard N. Piper IV on Sat, 04/13/2019 - 17:01

Folks why is it that may of us Christians want to sit back and be so silent? Why is that we do this and let the world we live in slip away? Over the years I have come to understand much to my sadness some ministries and Churches are letting the youth of today slip through the cracks so to speak. See it is our job as ministries and Churches to train up the youth of today, for they folks will be the pastor's and ministry leaders in the future.

Christmas A Joyful Time?

Submitted by Richard N. Piper IV on Wed, 12/25/2002 - 15:59

Christmas is often times thought of as a joyful time. However because of my background as pastor’s son I have to say that many times Christmas is not a joyful time.

For you see for folks who have lost a loved on or a friend Christmas may not be a joyful time. It may be a time where persons suffer depression because they no longer get to spend Christians with the loved one or friend. It may be also be a time where the person suffers post-traumatic stress related to the event or events leading up to no longer being able to spend Christmas with a loved one or a friend.

Who Are We Reflecting?

Submitted by Richard N. Piper IV on Fri, 04/13/2001 - 16:56

Many of us now days have Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, and Google+ accounts. Now social networking if used correctly by us Christians I feel is not as bad as some would have you to beleave.

Does the Bible not tell us to reflect the love of Christ? If we are to Do so then why is it every time I hear Mathew West “The Motions” I feel there is some truth in the song? Why does it seam that we Christians are reflecting the world and just going thru the motions?

Living In A Tech & Social Networking World Does Not Give Us A Reason To Skip Out On God!

Submitted by Richard N. Piper IV on Tue, 04/13/1999 - 16:48

Sure folks we can get on the internet and go over to sites such as Bible Gateway or others that post the Bible on the internet. Yes we can read daily devotions that are sent to our inbox. However I often wonder if even though we have access to the daily devotions and access to such sites as Bible Gateway if we still are truly doing what God called us to do or our we skipping out on God?