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  “…you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s people and also members of his household, built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone.  In him the whole building is joined together and rises to become…(Read More)

All human beings are made in the image of God and, consequently, possess inherent value and dignity. When one ponders this should will appreciate the extent to which births should be celebrated and deaths should be grieved. In direct disregard for this reality, we have gravitated to a cultural norm that treats abortion as a…(Read More)


  Recently, I was reviewing a list of blogs that are part of my routine reading and I came across an essay written by Chase Davis, a friend and fellow pastor in the state of Colorado. Because he is a white man pastoring a rather homogeneous church in an equally homogeneous community, I was interested…(Read More)

“I’m ashamed and appalled that eleven o’clock on Sunday morning is the most segregated hour in Christian America.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  —  Pastor Brandon recognized the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday to commemorate the sacrifice and persistence of thousands of men and women who sought to bring integration to our…(Read More)


  Throughout the Fall of 2011 I was in the midst of networking in preparation for the planting of The Embassy Church. During this process a pastor in my city invited me to a gathering that featured his mentor, a professor of Missiology at a large denominational seminary, as the keynote speaker. When we were…(Read More)

  In 2011 Rob Bell relished in the havoc that could be evoked only by a coy publication of his doctrinal views. He decided to address ideas regarding eternal judgment, specifically, the doctrine of hell. He concluded that the God of the Bible is incapable of condemning a divine image bearer to an eternal hell…(Read More)

  In light of the recent discussion regarding domestic violence we deemed it necessary to post an essay that reveals our heart on this matter. After much consideration we concluded that it is wise to have a trusted friend draft an essay that speaks to this issue. Her well-crafted, loving, and experienced language addresses…(Read More)

Pastor Salt takes a closer look at the “mission” to which we are all called. That mission is to tell other people the “Good News” or as we say at The Embassy “To Make God Famous”! He looks at four qualifications Christ gave us for being a disciple and shares how we…(Read More)