What is prohibited in our churches is a post about what we should refuse within our churches as far as things that divide us.
What Covid reveals about our ministries is an article with some thoughts and reflections from being in the ministry when Covid hit.
Do we need to “Remake” “Church”? People reject God’s vision of the church for their own, and try to remake God’s church
There has been a movement afoot for many years now, and it is gaining more and more popularity today. This movement is a move to “remake” what we know as “church.” In this article, I am going to examine the movement against the light of the Bible. Consider Bert Farias’ Unchurch the Church.
Unlike the beginnings of the early Church, much of the Church today is set up like a corporation with lots of organization and structure, programs and budgets, which are useful, but often with so little emphasis on prayer and the Holy Spirit’s workings, as well as relationship with one another in the context of kingdom culture
Covid against Christianity is an opinion by Pastor David Cox about our Covid situation and its affect on Church attendance.
David Cox’s Websites. Why am I making so many new websites? is an explanation of why I have so many websites.
What biblically is “a missionary”
Resumen: This post explains what is a missionary “biblical speaking”. It examines the Bible to see how the concept is developed in the New Testament, and how it should be understood by us, and how we should obligate “missionaries” to be.
Definition of Fundamentalism is an article I wrote on what is fundamentalism (from my point of view as a missionary dealing with many different churches).
I came across an interesting book by South African Johan Malan called “The Old Testament Law and the New Testament Grace“. One of his chapters immediately perked my interest, Christian Fundamentalism. Mahan “attempts” to define what is distinctive about Christian Fundamentalism. I say attempts because I doubt anybody can pin it down completely, but Malan gives it a pretty good shot.
I reproduce his main points on Definition of Fundamentalism for your consideration but read the article (link above) because it appears to be very interesting.
Tule and David Cox are independent, Baptist Fundamentalist missionaries to Mexico City Mexico. We have been here laboring in Mexico since 1986.
First, who am I? I am an independent Baptist missionary serving in Mexico City since 1986. I graduated from Bob Jones University in 1979 with a B.A. in Christian Missions, in 1981 with a M.A. in Bible, and in 1982 with a M.S. in Administration and Supervision of Schools. I am independent (no affiliation or association with any denomination, fellowship, nor group).
I am separated in that I believe in separating from those claiming to be Christians but who fellowship and particate with false prophets, bad doctrine, ungodly conduct, etc. I am Fundamental in that I believe in the Fundamentals of the Faith, and I put serious effort in defending and promoting them.
New Video Presentation of our ministry! See Below
Copyright sense and non-sense
Summary: A review of copyright law, and some observations of our day. This post is an analysis of copyright sense and non-sense.