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A Brief Introduction to The Black Hills Church of Christ
If you have been around BHC even for a short time, you will already know Marvin and Dorothy. They grandparent our kids, work tirelessly in our benevolence ministry, and invest a great deal of their time in our ministry at the Black Hills Children’s home. Dorothy recently came up with…
This was the first Rapid City Baccalaureate in over ten years. Though not well attended, the Black Hills Church was well represented as our Carter Price was one of the featured speakers and our Caleb Dennis was one of the musicians leading the group in praise. I had to choke…
Religion is broken. We all know it but few will admit it out loud. Religion is often about control of wealth, real-estate, and people. Religious folks are often petty, judgmental, arrogant, us-against-them, divisive, and self-serving, while the hurting just keep on hurting. People have been telling us how dangerous immorality is almost since the beginning time. It took the Carpenter to tell has how dangerous religion is.
I was so pleased to have the elusive Dan Green stand in for me while I was in DC a few weeks ago. Thanks Dan!
While at the Children’s Home yesterday, I caught this great moment of Tim doing what he does so well, using food to minister to people. Thanks Tim!
If you know anything at all about Black Hills Church, you know that our youth have ministered to, cheered, fed, blessed, befriended, and puppet showed the youngsters at Black Hills Children’s home as far back as most of us can remember. However, even in the company of greats like the…
When you’re are tempted to scrap absolute moral truth and morally take the course of least resistance, just keep in mind — that at the very same moment that you jettison moral truth you are discarding the one foundation that gives you a voice of moral outrage against bigotry, hatred, dishonesty, and violence. If morality is relative then you may have a preference for love over hatred but you certainly have no grounds for calling hatred wrong. Taking the course of least resistance makes men and rivers crooked!