Sister Mary Katherine. No, not Sister Mary Clarence. Katy was no Sister Act, not an undercover nun. She was my first grade Sunday School teacher.
Only in more traditional Baptist churches did you hear women referred to as sister. Don’t let we Baptists know that Roman Catholic women, … Continue readingRead More
During Holy Week Barry tweeted,
I’m thinking this Maundy Thursday foot-washing business is a distraction-the point isn’t washing feet-that was a cultural signifier-ours is?
— barry taylor (@BarryT256) March 28, 2013
What is our cultural signifier? What habit or practice would approximate foot washing today that at the same … Continue readingRead More
More than 30 years ago, before Southern Baptists discovered Church Planting Movements, CPM’s, and adopted the same for a growth strategy, Pastor Pedro began planting churches. He traveled by foot. He planted thirty-four churches in thirty-two years.
We stopped to meet Pastor Pedro. His son-in-law helped with our translation … Continue readingRead More