I recently told the gathering of chaplains at Fort Campbell, Kentucky that their theology should make them sing. Indeed, their vocation should sing. I
Jonathan Edwards wrote, "Family education and order are some of the chief means of grace; if these are duly maintained, all the means of grace are
On the other side of the election, what can we learn? What can we expect? For the believer, our lessons and our expectations are grounded in the Word
The age in which we live is steeped in existentialism, a philosophy of life that seeks to define life primarily by one’s personal experience of it.
2 Timothy 1.1-5 and the Introduction to the Conference for Presbyterian & Reformed Chaplains in Europe,12-14 February 2010 Paul, an apostle of
I am reading, perusing and sometimes devouring the following books in my summer pile (some of them I came across at an old book store in Connecticut,