If you missed our 3rd annual worldview conference watch all of the speakers and panel discussions held during the 2016 Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing.
Shane Vander Hart & Brian Myers on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio discuss worldview issues with Rev. Mike Ericson of Trinity Presbyterian Reformed Church.
Dr. E. Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance and independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin join Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
The FAMiLY Leader’s 2016 Family Leadership Summit did not have a single politician speak and instead focused on prayer and developing a Christian worldview.
Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing 2016 is a Christian worldview conference for students and adults to be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016 in Johnston, IA.
It is easy to complain about what the “other side” is doing or not doing. It is harder to accept the responsibility ourselves and work to find the solution.
Mitt Romney has been invited to speak in the past at Value Voter’s conferences. One of the many reasons given to vote for Mitt Romney is that he supposedly shares the values or worldview of many on the Christian Right. This does not bode well, if we share his values. Michael Farris, founder of the Home […]
Can a Christian vote for a Mormon? Pastor Don Green of Truth Community Fellowship in Petersburg, KY says no as doing so, he says, does not elevate Christ.
I was checking out Walt Mueller’s blog, and he posted an excerpt from Nancy Pearcy’s book, Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Assault on Mind, Morals, and Meaning that I wanted to share here: Beliefs have always shaped history. . . . The (Nazi) gas chambers disproved once for all any misguided notion […]
Some items of interest for your perusing pleasure. A Christian worldview must be one that is biblical. Former Governor Terry Branstad’s heart procedure yesterday raises questions about who his running mate would be should he win the GOP nomination in Iowa’s Gubernatorial race. That person needs to be a solid conservative, not just someone “younger.” […]
In an interview with Crucible in 1992, Dr. Os Guinness made the regarding Evangelicals developing the mind of Christ: Evangelicals have been deeply sinful in being anti-intellectual ever since the 1820s and 1830s. For the longest time we didn’t pay the cultural price for that because we had the numbers, the social zeal, and the […]
Today is not only Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, but is also National Service day. Polk County Youth Services where I have an office is a site where people can come to find out more about volunteering in response to this day. There has been more people come by than what I was expecting. […]
1. Zimbabwe is in chaos. They have an egotistical dictator that will pretty well kill or threaten any opposition. Stephen Murray, a Christian, South African blogger asks is the global village failing Zimbabwe? I think so. 2. According to a recent Newsweek poll this presidential campaign is Barack Obama’s to win, but Poltics & Christianity […]
Something I’ve noticed lately has got me thinking… why is it that a lot of Christians I know tend to gravitate to contemporary selections when it comes to extra-biblical reading? That is if they read. Many don’t read anything beyond fiction. I’ve taken the opposite extreme, I tend only to read non-fiction books that are […]
Sorry for the lapse in posting. With my new responsibility of being interim pastor at Grace Evangelical Free Church in Indianola, IA, my work with Serve Our Youth Network and just being a dad and husband I’ve been behind in reading my blog subscriptions and news feeds, so that is why I missed a week. […]