Is The Tide Turning?

Albert Mohler alerted his readers yesterday of an interesting story in Time Magazine about the turning tide of youth ministry. In the current issue of Time, writer Sonja Steptoe was suggesting that evangelical youth ministry is “trending toward substance and away from what it calls a ‘sugarcoated’ approach.” Youth ministers have been on a long and frustrating quest of their … Read More

Facing The Giants

From the award-winning producers of FLYWHEEL comes a new, action-packed, family-friendly drama about a high school football coach who draws up a new game plan for his team … and himself. In his six years of coaching, Grant Taylor has never had a winning season. Even the hope of a new season is squelched when the best player on his … Read More

The Sin of Blogging

In the recent edition of Ambassador Youth, a publication of the Restored Church of God, writer Kevin Denee took on the blogosphere, coming to the conclusion that “NO ONE–including adults–should have a blog or personal website (unless it is for legitimate business purposes).” Denee took on cyberstalking and inappropriate content on social networking sites such as MySpace, making a strong … Read More

A Good Many Things

I want to share so much with everyone, but I only have a short time to highlight just a few things pertaining to myself, this site, and a good many things. First and foremost some may wonder at my absence, and I really hate writing about it. I hate reading other blogs that have frequent posts from their authors who … Read More

That Is Dying To Self

“When you are forgotten or neglected or purposely set at naught, and you sting and hurt with the insult of the oversight, but your heart is happy, being counted worthy to suffer for Christ — that is dying to self. When your good is evil spoken of, when your wishes are crossed, your advice disregarded, your opinions ridiculed, and you … Read More

Happy Birthday, Agent Tim

Agent Tim has been elusive the last few days, but it has all been for a good cause. Some things are even greater than blogging, and in this case good grades and good speeches are better than blogging. But today, we stop to remember two years ago, on this very day, when Agent Tim Online entered to join the blogosphere … Read More

A Deeper Reason

The recent rash of school shootings has caused many a soul to hurt quite deeply, and has personally left me reflecting deeply on the issues surrounding such horrible situations of young men and women killing others, and then themselves. I have oft wondered why such things could happen, beyond a simple explanation that “sin is in our world.” I understand … Read More

Answers To Questions and Other Such Things

I received a few emails over the time I was attending the Communicators for Christ conference, one of which I felt unqualified to answer. So, I decided to find someone, or rather “someones” to answer the issue that was brought up in the email. So, the ladies from Beauty from the Heart graciously answered the email with great skill. Here’s … Read More