When Adults Don’t Outgrow Childhood ‘Cooties’

When Adults Don’t Outgrow Childhood ‘Cooties’

It was third or fourth grade, and it just was not cool to like members of the opposite sex. There were a few long-time friends with whom we could interact somewhat privately, but otherwise no contact was permissible. They had cooties. You probably know variations....

The Kingdom of God, Public Policy, and Judgment

A sermon delivered by Wendell Griffen, Pastor, New Millennium Church, Little Rock, Ark., on November 4, 2012. Matthew 25:31-46 31“When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, then he will sit on the throne of his glory. 32All the nations will...

How Personal Belief, Public Morality Work Together

Somewhere between personal and public morality there is a line that often enables us to focus on the one and be negligent of the other. But the sometimes awkward dance of personal beliefs and public policies can and does move us toward a more wholesome future. The...