Gospel Sing

We need to think about the subject of instrumental music in the worship of the church. This is not a subject I really enjoy; I’d much rather talk about God’s love or His grace or the wonderful things He does through Jesus, our Lord. Yet, instrumental music is a discussion that we need to have. […]

Teaching Your Children

Last week, I wrote a fair amount of the obligation parents have in training their children for righteousness. I know of no greater obligation parents have: “Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is one. You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with […]

Assembly Required

Many of you reading this provide a marvelous example in worship. Some of you have come to lay your gift before the Lord with hearts that were breaking. Some of you can barely waddle through the front door and get to a pew. But, if you’re at least able to move, you’re here. I’ve visited […]

Avoiding Common Pitfalls, Part One

Yesterday, I wrote about four temptations disabled people are likely to face – missing the assembly, complaining, rudeness, and selfishness. I know very well that my brethren throughout the world face these same temptations, whether or not they suffer from a disability; Satan is an equal opportunity tempter. However, persons suffering from chronic illnesses are […]