Keeping X in Christmas

By Aaron Earls For many looking for the frontlines in the “War on Christmas,” X marks the spot. Historically, however, X-mas is closer to Christmas than you may realize. On the surface, X-mas seems like the definition of “taking Christ out of Christmas.” It literally replaces His name with an X. But when properly understood, […]

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Rachel’s Story

Rachel Conner, a friend of Kelly Edmiston, has been part of the Sugar Land Vineyard since 2001, and along with her husband Stephen, has been an active participant in the life and activities of the local church. She has served on the Senior Pastor’s Council and completed her Spiritual Director’s Training. She now serves as the Executive […]

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Dry Drunks

By Mike Glenn Over the course of my ministry, I’ve had a lot of training in dealing addictions, and as a minister in a local church, I’ve had a lot of experience dealing with families impacted by addiction. Most of the time, the behavior has been known by the addict and the family for some […]

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Election briefing

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from The Christian Institute: Our new Election Briefing is now available to view online. The Institute’s 2019 Election Briefing analyses party policies from a biblical perspective. It covers a wide range of issues of concern to Christians – religious liberty, abortion, marriage and the family, education, and many others. If you are on our postal […]

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Women Church Leaders?

Andrew Bartlett, in his new book Men and Women in Christ, sketches the six most common pillars on which the argument against women leaders rests. (#ad) Formerly, the view that women may not fulfil these leadership roles rested on a belief that women were in a subordinate position and inherently unfit for leadership, either because this […]

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The Church of Scotland Heresy Hunters

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by David Robertson, theweeflea: A Church of Scotland minister has found himself in trouble during Britain’s General Election. The Rev. Richard Cameron from Glasgow appeared on the news heckling Jeremy Corbyn and has paid the price. He has been suspended by the Church of Scotland and put on ‘administrative leave’. Other than this being one […]

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