Hi-hi! This is just a short reminder that the ministry is alive and well on both Facebook and Twitter! There are several ways to connect: (1) the buttons near the top of the right-hand column of the main web page (2) Mike’s page on Facebook itself (3) Mike’s Twitter feed Don’t be shy to join in and/or share. As I’ve… Continue reading Social Media Reminders
Hey, everyone; I hope the peace of God has dwelt within you and you are blessed! Thanks for reading this short update on the ministry! Well, as always, there are positives and there are challenges. First the positives: God has been gracious, and spurred within the ministry of CU a new branch of outreach on… Continue reading Ministry Updates
Is the Lord tugging on your heart to financially contribute to this ministry? If so, there’s good news: you can now donate through PayPal! Just direct your donation to email@example.com. Chaplain Mike has chosen PayPal, in part, because it makes sure an organization proves that donations are being used properly before they can be withdrawn.… Continue reading PayPal Donations Now Accepted!
Chaplain Mike now has a Twitter account! Please continue to support the ministry as the Lord leads by following, liking and retweeting at twitter.com/churchunchurch
We need to talk about sex. But what I have to say might be unpredictable. It would probably result in my being relieved of duties from about fifty percent of churches worldwide, and my being ignored in another twenty-five percent. But those who would hear it should hear it.
Dave Brunn is my new favorite guy. He’s a missionary of over two decades and an author, focusing specifically in bible translation. Below, you’ll find a video of about a half-hour that explains a number of things, including: 1) Why translation is so tricky, 2) why we can’t exactly trust a translation based on its… Continue reading Honest Translation
We are people of unpresumptuous faith. We are everywhere. And we are not interested in perpetuating your unnecessary suffering. +MSH
Ever felt like you were just not getting through to someone? Ever felt like it was your fault?
…why aren’t we, as Christians, more concerned with decisions that are clearly ethical, rather than eager to discern who’s more (counter-)culturally agreeable?
A while back, I posted in response to a rather brazen, irrational, and unjust characterization of “all Muslims” by a supposed leader within our own Christian faith. … Here’s a new piece of that evidence [he was wrong], a video in which Muslims deliberately and publicly denounce ISIS as “Islamic” at all; I urge you to watch it, for the sake of our faith and for the sake of human beings in general: