The…International…Church In The Hallway (a note from the Broom Closet)

So today this blog has received its first South American "hit" from the nation of Brazil! I thought it might be illustrative to the reader base that, although a majority of the readers are from the United States, there are many world-wide who are finding their way to the Hallway blog. Some of our most … Continue reading The…International…Church In The Hallway (a note from the Broom Closet)

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Resting In Christ In The Hallway: Kyrie Eleison (Part 4)

Following Jesus is summed up in the prayer, "Lord, have mercy." "Kyrie" by Mr. Mister was released in late 1985. But for the audiophiles in my audience you will not recall hearing the song until the Spring of 1986. For me, it became the theme song for the end of my 6th grade school year. … Continue reading Resting In Christ In The Hallway: Kyrie Eleison (Part 4)

The Church For People With No Sense Of Direction (a note from the Broom Closet)

We have found Christ in a day where men make believers and the baptized, but not disciples. According to a recent Barna research group study, 83% of all Christians have no idea of what the Great Commission is. Ignorance of the Great Commission reveals an ignorance of the Gospel, which, in turn, reveals an ignorance … Continue reading The Church For People With No Sense Of Direction (a note from the Broom Closet)

God Is Grace; God Is Good. (A Note From The Broom Closet)

Grace is not merit. Before I progress any further, I want to make that quite clear. There is a significant tangent of thought, stemming from the writings of St. Augustine, that seems to equate merit with grace and grace with merit. This tangential line runs through the Western church, both Catholic and Protestant. If you … Continue reading God Is Grace; God Is Good. (A Note From The Broom Closet)