Last year a conference was held in St. Louis called "Revoice." Although I have not listened to any of the sermons or speeches given at the conference, I studied up on it enough to know it was not a conference I would personally endorse or attend. Several speakers at this conference are advocating for the acceptance of labels such as "Gay Christian." Sexual desires and beha...Keep Reading
BlogSubscribe to the RSS Feed
- Featured Posts
- All Posts
"Convictions, Courage, & COVID" is a podcast series intended to help CBC members and others listening think through theological and ecclesiological matters that are crucial to helping Christians make wise, Biblical choices in the midst of circumstances that challenge in-person gathering (such as COVID-19)....
“Behold I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with Me” (Revelation 3:20). This has always been one of the most disturbing verses in the Bible to me. It disturbs me for three main reasons. ...
Pastor Keith and Biblical Counselor Lori Beard dig into the topic of loneliness and how we can think about it from a Biblical perspective. This podcast is the fourth episode in a series of episodes so watch for more content right here and on our website at corydonbaptist.org To view other episodes, follow the following links below: Episode 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txncWruGBIY Episode 2: https://youtu.be/2V9VTosFwG8 Episode 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQAp-De90oo&feature=youtu.be...
This podcast featuring Pastor Keith and Biblical Counselor Lori Beard digs into the topic of depression This podcast is the second episode in a series of episodes so watch for more content right here and on our website at corydonbaptist.org To view the first episode, follow the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txncWruGBIY ...
This podcast featuring Pastor Keith and Biblical Counselor Lori Beard digs into the topic of suicide This podcast is the third episode in a series of episodes so watch for more content right here and on our website at corydonbaptist.org To view the first episode, follow the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txncWruGBIY Second Episode: https://youtu.be/2V9VTosFwG8 ...
Earlier this week, the US Senate was unable to pass straight-forward legislation that would have ensured any babies born alive during abortion attempts receive standard medical care. Every Democrat except three voted "no." So, let's be very clear. These Senators, elected to one of the highest and most noble offices in our great Nation, voted to allow a doctor, and nurses,...Keep Reading
Preaching through James is proving to be a deeply convicting labor. Over the last two Sundays, we have delved into the sin of partiality, as James tackles it in Chapter Two, verses One Through Thirteen. Though he applies it directly to economic status (rich or poor), we had to explore ways in which we may knowingly or unknowingly commit this same sin in our church today. W...Keep Reading
Pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. Do not quench the Spirit(1 Thess 5:17-19). Brothers and Sisters in Christ, do not let Black Friday darken your Thanksgiving! During the sermon last Sunday, I mentioned the prayers of my Granddaddy McWhorter. My Dad used to recall from his childhood how his Dad...Keep Reading
A single witness shall not suffice against a person for any crime or for any wrong in connection with any offense that he has committed. Only on the evidence of two witnesses or of three witnesses shall a charge be established . . . and if the witness is a false witness and has accused his brother falsely, then you shall do to him as he had meant to do to his brother. So...Keep Reading
It's all downhill from here. That epitaph could be written after the death of Samson. Israel just goes from bad to worse. Let's see, first there's Micah and his mother who uses 1,100 pieces of silver to make an idol which she has the gall to dedicate to Yahweh, the One True God who hates and forbids idolatry! Micah then turns his home into a little mini-temple to false g...Keep Reading
Delilah. The name conjures up images of a vixon, a sultry temptress, an irresistible woman. Napoleon had his Waterloo. Samson had Delilah. The account of Samson and Delilah may well be the most well-known episode in the Book of Judges, and one of the most popular in all the Bible. So, I need not recount it in any great detail here. Rather, let me just draw out some lesso...Keep Reading
Samson. His name still stirs up images on a Herculean man, like Arnold Schwarzenegger in his bodybuilding hay day. Samson is probably the most popular of the Judges of Israel. His story is riveting. One wonders why Hollywood has not latched onto it, as it would make for a blockbuster! I mean this dude tore lions apart with his bare hands and killed 1,000 enemy soldiers wi...Keep Reading
If a man vows a vow to the Lord, or swears an oath to bind himself by a pledge, he shall not break his word. He shall do according to all that proceeds out of his mouth (Numbers 30:2). Enter Jephthah. A "mighty warrior" and "the son of a prostitute" (Judges 11:1). Hardly the description we would expect of a man of God. Jephthah's brothers cast him out of the family ...Keep Reading
Gideon. Fleece. The two words go together like butter and biscuits. Gideon is one of the more well known of the Judges of Israel, for two main reasons: His laying out the fleece to obtain confirmation from the Lord that he was to lead the battle against the Midianite oppressors. The famous scene of God reducing his army to a mere 300 men, telling Gideon to cull all t...Keep Reading