Category Archives: Sovereign Grace Church Louisville

The Dirty Little Secret About Church Membership Covenants

By | December 20, 2017

Today I will once again highlight what, in my opinion, is abuse of church members by heavy-handed authoritarian members of the professional clergy class. Specifically, I am referring to a segment of the professional clergy  who consider themselves to be evangelicals and endorse, support and spread the 9 Marks “gospel.” 9Marx is apparently a highly successful parachurch organization… Read More »

C.J. Mahaney Attempts To Shut the Mouths of His Critics

By | May 13, 2016

“Something is wrong my beloved when the Church of Christ just allows this to continue. We are allowing little lambs to be fleeced and slaughtered while those of us who know better are, for the most part, silent. Unless the Body of Christ rises up and starts going after these wolves, we will be just as guilty as… Read More »

Despite Tight Budgets UAE 9Marks Pastors Travel To T4G Conference in USA

By | May 9, 2016

    “Every organization should be good stewards with the resources they have but the church needs to be held to an even higher standard since the resources they are given are from the sacrifice of their members.  This is God’s money and we need to never lose sight of that fact.” – Patricia Lotich, “5 Keys to… Read More »

CJ Mahaney: “Pastor-Athlete and Clown of T4G

By | April 27, 2016

“Let another praise you, and not your own mouth; a stranger, and not your own lips.” Proverbs 27:2   “Belief is never the point— actions are. We can be of two minds about biology or God but treat everyone around us with kindness.” -Frank Schaeffer, “Why I am an Atheist Who Believes in God: How to give love,… Read More »

Mahaney Moves to Silence Dissent

By | April 18, 2016

  “Nothing can destroy fruitfulness faster than ungodly leadership—men and women who use positions of authority to manipulate and exploit people instead of serving their growth in Christ. This results partly from people who want to lord over others and partly from people who would rather follow a pastor, author, or other influential person than develop their own… Read More »