On Experiential Avoidance: Practical Issues in Treatment

Helping people learn to be aware, reflect, and confront their inner experiences is a means to helping them develop godly responses to their feelings.

The Fruit of the Spirit: Self-Control

Though God does not need self-control, He is still the source of it in us.

The Spiritual Gifts: Experiencing the Spirit (Part 1)

The Word of God is the normative standard for our spiritual experiences.

A Review of “Strange Fire” by John MacArthur

Strange Fire fails as a critique because it allows strong prejudice to color meaningful apologetics.

Next Week

Here’s what I plan to write about next week at Pastor Dave Online

On Experiential Avoidance: Conceptual Issues in Treatment

There are two initial conceptual issues that must be addressed in helping people with experiential avoidance.

The Fruit of the Spirit: Gentleness

Gentleness deserves far more praise as a fruit of the Spirit than it usually receives.

The Spiritual Gifts: Understanding the Spirit (Part 4)

A survey of the Spirit’s work in Recreating a People; Writing a Book; and Empowering a church.

Reflections on the IBCD Summer Institute 2017

While this conference didn’t necessarily present me with new information I came away with both sober reminders and fresh encouragements.

Monthly Love: June

Here’s some of what I loved in June 2017