Tag: Tradition

Christian Discipline

In May 2016, I wrote Discipline and Christianity, and republished it on The Naked Convos in June that year.  The feedback was great, and I remember one of the readers asking me to write about the disciplines in Christianity.  I accepted the challenge, but never got around to […]

Editor’s Pick: Discipline and Christianity

The first people to be called Christians were first called “disciples” of Jesus Christ (Acts 11:26).  A disciple can be best defined as a student/follower of a Teacher/Leader, who studies a discipline (profession) to gain mastery over it and become equipped to pass on the training to others. […]

Wolves, Wolves Everywhere!

Okay, before you call me an alarmist, hear me out! I think we live in a world where it is taken for granted that what is the status quo is good and right.  The status quo is standard.  The status quo has history and authority.  We assume that […]

Discipline and Christianity

The first people to be called Christians were first called “disciples” of Jesus Christ (Acts 11:26).  A disciple can be best defined as a student/follower of a Teacher/Leader, who studies a discipline (profession) to gain mastery over it and become equipped to pass on the training to others. […]

Oh, How We Hate Revival!

“So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth” (Rev 3:16). Oh, not them again! Jeez, they just got saved yesterday and now they want to judge us?! All that silly talk about Holy Spirit and miracles… God […]

Just Another Merry Christmas?

In the multitude of Merry Christmas greetings that are circulating today, it is only reasonable to ask… is the celebrant merry? When we wish others Merry Christmas and share our gifts, do we consider Jesus? Do we consider what would make Him merry? Are we really willing to […]