October 2010

Standing in the Gap: What Does It Mean?

When discussing what is unique about ClearNote Church, one of the things I usually bring up is the concept of "Standing in the Gap". I'm referring to a biblical analogy of a protective wall around a city. If the wall is broken in a certain place, that is a gap in the wall. In case you are wondering, gaps are not good. Ezekiel 13:4-6 says:

Why Confessions Are Important

I was speaking with another Indianapolis pastor a few months ago, and he wanted to know how we are able to have paedo-baptists (Presbyterians) and credo-baptists (Baptists) work together in the same denomination and even in leadership at the same church. I began to explain to him that really we have a lot more in common with each other than we disagree about.