November 28, 2015

Done with Wings

By Chaplain Mike The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He does not faint or grow weary; his understanding is unsearchable. He gives power to the faint, and strengthens the powerless. Even … [Continue reading...]

Consider It All Joy

My family and I were missionaries in Kyrgyzstan for some years.  Our furloughs in America were busy and tiring.  We had to pack too frequently, try to keep the children sane, and say the same things a hundred times to people … [Continue reading...]

The Silence Of God

Words are my primary love language. I learned that about myself when I was barely old enough to talk. Other children my age played with dolls and toy trucks; what comforted me most was a notebook and pencil. I couldn’t wait to … [Continue reading...]

Open Mic: The Gulf Oil Disaster

By Chaplain Mike Though I've made my opinions clear about "culture war" political machinations, I have also tried to say that Christians should care about public issues. With that in mind, I've been waiting and watching for … [Continue reading...]

It’s Here! (Part One)

The day many of us have been waiting for is here: Michael Spencer's Mere Churchianity is now available as an eBook. Those of you who have eBook readers such as the Amazon Kindle, iPod Touch or iPad, Barnes and Noble Nook or Sony … [Continue reading...]

Why I Am Not a “Culture-Warrior”

By Chaplain Mike In anticipation of the release of Mere Churchianity, Michael Spencer's book, we have been examining various issues that are affecting evangelicalism, particularly in America. Today, a brief response to the … [Continue reading...]

Let Them Eat Cake!

As part of our continuing examination of issues in evangelicalism, today we present this interview with a renowned business leader. William Sola oversees franchises all across our country and around the world. * * * Reporter: … [Continue reading...]

For Memorial Day: A Classic Michael Spencer Essay

Classic iMonk Post by Michael Spencer My friend Mark is a soldier. A Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. He just returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan, where he, in his own words, was “proud to be a Marine at … [Continue reading...]

Church as “Strong Family”?

By Chaplain Mike May's Christianity Today includes a thought-provoking article by Joseph H. Hellerman, entitled, "A Family Affair: What would happen if we put we before me?" Hellerman is professor of NT at Talbot School of … [Continue reading...]

Sunday’s Gospel: Trinity Sunday

By Chaplain Mike Today is Trinity Sunday. This day marks one of the few feasts of the Christian Year that celebrates a reality and doctrine rather than an event or person. On Trinity Sunday we remember and honor the eternal … [Continue reading...]