Category: "Religion"

Church Growth Warnings

April 30th, 2021
This is an old message that I found in my archives, about a church I used to attend. While it isn't appropriate for a present circumstance, I still agree with much of what I've said and believe it could still be a useful post to include here, with names… more »

Eternal Security Run Amuck

March 22nd, 2021
Recently on social media I got into a discussion about salvation and who won't inherit the kingdom of God in light of the passage 1 Cor 6:9-11. Some of the responses I heard reminded me about the danger of denominational doctrines. I'm not saying that doctrines are necessarily wrong, but their application is often a reflection of pharisaic teaching, commonly referred to as tradition. more »

Christian Influence

December 29th, 2014
One of my daily devotions today says "It is probable that God lets every human being who crosses our path do so in order that we may have the opportunity of leaving some blessing and dropping into his heart and life some influence that will draw him… more »

DBS Tyler Update

April 24th, 2008
An update on the logo design for DBS. This one changes the color a bit and adds a pie chart in the back. A pie demonstrates how business and DBS is involved in multiple areas while at the same more »

DBS Tyler

April 22nd, 2008
I started working on developing Diversified Business Services again over the weekend. I registered the domain dbstyler.com and designed a new logo for it. I've actually been playing with this for decades so the new more »

love

April 8th, 2008
A few weeks ago at church I was listening to a sermon that suggests that because love is a fruit of the Spirit that only Christians can have that kind of love. I've also heard that because some men wear red socks all who wear red socks are men. Many of more »

To Bash or Not To Bash

December 30th, 2007
On occasion I've read Mark Morford write about all the violence surrounding religion and his descriptive name-calling of every visible aspect of religious protest more »