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Morning Mashup 09/28

A daily mashup of book recommendations, articles, and videos for your information, edification, and enjoyment.

BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

On Family Worship

Family Worship 288 more words
Morning Mashup

What Jonathan Leeman Can Learn From Me on Difficult Blog Comments

A brief post on what Jonathan Leeman can learn from me accepting comments, especially as the 9 Marks editor has a nasty habit of deleting them! 369 more words

Evangelical Issues

Rick Trotter Update, News on Heather Trotter, and Acts 29 Fellowship Memphis Going Forward

An update on the Rick Trotter situation and Fellowship Memphis. Rick Trotter made an appearance in court on September 20, 2016. There is more information coming to me that Rick Trotter allegedly photographed teenagers and young adults in a Chic-Fil- A in the Atlanta, Georgia area. 1,302 more words

Evangelical Issues

Faithfulness.

God is still faithful in any way. The world do not listen to us and we are not belong to World.  God is still on your side even the world arrest you for your righteousness. 358 more words

River

Wanted: Stories about Fellowship Memphis

If former members of Fellowship Memphis have stories they want to share this blog will happily give them the platform to do so. Just send me an email at wonderingeagle261@gmail.com 194 more words

Neo-Calvinism

In the Spirit of Acts 29's Fellowship Memphis, Psalm 151...A Modern Day Lament that Individuals Like Chris Davis are Pastors

This will be a brief post but its something that I wanted to do. Today’s post is done in the spirit of Acts 29. This is the 151st Psalm. 733 more words

Neo-Calvinism

An Open Letter to Bryan Loritts (Former Teaching Pastor at Fellowship Memphis)

An open letter to Bryan Loritts the former Lead Pastor at Fellowship Memphis. This open letter explains how I once viewed Bryan and how I lost respect for him in light of the allegations that he was involved in covering up Rick Trotter’s alleged voyeurism in the restroom of Fellowship Memphis. 2,094 more words

Evangelical Issues