A few sentences from each post gives you an idea of what the post is about. Click on the title to go to the post:
January 2014: A Caution for Alcohol Drinking Christians - The debate about Christians drinking continues to be in the forefront of readers' minds.
February 2014: The Facebook Predator - A Caution for Dads - This true story of a young woman who was fooled by a sexual predator offers cautions for fathers in protecting their daughters.
March 2014: Does a Rigid View of God Cause Problems - This blog post considers the dangers of Christians viewing things in black and white.
April 2014: Why 8 in 10 Don't Attend Church - Readers considered the church's responsibility to families that have children with disabilities.
May 2014: To Drink or Not To Drink - This article by a local pastor considered reasons for Christians to drink alcohol as well as reasons not to. Evidently, Christians continue to be interested in this topic.
June 2014: 6 Things Pastors are Tired of Hearing - Our pastor, Rev DeCrastos writes an honest post about things that irritate pastors.
July 2014: Your Porn Habit is Adultery - This hard hitting blog post clearly shows the connection between porn and adultery. Viewing pornography is clearly sinful behavior.
August 2014: 9 Reasons Why People Aren't Singing in Church - This was the most overall popular blog post by readers for the year. It seems that there is a paradigm shift in worship music in church. This post discusses how some people view worship as a spectator sport.
September 2014: "Christian" Swinging???? - This post debunks a Christian couple who promote marital swinging as a way to grow spiritually.
October 2014: Why I am a Nazarene - This is the second most popular post of the year. It explores the reasons why being affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene is a good thing.
November 2014: 10 Reasons Why Men Should Not Be Ordained - This tongue-in-cheek blog post pokes fun at the concept that God only calls men to ordination.
December 2014: Why I've Stopped Singing in Your Church - We conclude the year with another post on how modern worship songs have become popular in the church and offers suggestions of how to change this trend.
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