Further north on a small farm in Skagit County, Roxanna Valdovinos debated whether to return to a church she had left years before – or try something new.
And across the state in Spokane, Daphne Buren tried out a third Episcopal church. ” These are scenes that play out every Sunday, as the so-called church shoppers head out, hoping to find a congregation that suits them.
I highly recommend this book.” —ANDY STANLEY author of The Grace of God and Senior Pastor, North Point Community Church"One of my greatest concerns is that culture is going to continually define and redefine what marriage is and is not, and the church is going to simply sit on the sidelines and react rather than seeking to actually become proactive by confidently teaching what the Bible has to say about it.
That is why I am so thankful that Mark and Grace Driscoll wrote this book.
After he preached a sermon at a Willow Creek preaching conference with a goat next to him the entire time, multiple preachers attempted the same feat.
He had a brash edge to him, an edge that appealed to young men in the ministry with whom I served.
Five chapters are dedicated to answering questions like: Stunningly honest and vulnerable, Real Marriage is like a personal counseling session with a couple you cannot surprise, you cannot shock into silence, who will respond to every question with wisdom, humility, and realism. Endorsements:“If you’re married or plan to be someday, do yourself a favor and read every page of this book.” —DRS.
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I was also stunned to hear about this, so I searched the web to find out what he and/or others were saying about this.
I found that he had written a column about it, entitled, “Should a Christian With Traditional Values Attend a Same-Sex Wedding?