Pastor Lee Johnson of Lincoln, NE interacts with another article bemoaning the decline of Reformed and Presbyterian influence, blaming it on a lack of academic strength. This is a great article and puts the focus right where it belongs. We might know the big names, the scholars, the writers and seminary professors. But it is pastors on the ground, many of whose names we will never know, who actually do the work and build the church. Thanks, Lee.
According to James, the way we talk about God says less about the state of our heart as the way we talk about our fellow man. It’s easy to talk nice about God. Talking lovingly and respectfully about our fellow man is what’s hard, and reveals the real condition of our hearts.
If you’re in the Omaha area or know anyone who is, you should check out Heritage Reformed Church of Omaha. It is a new RCUS church plant in the Omaha area. Our good friend Pastor Scott Henry is the minister there. If you are looking for a Biblical church with great preaching and godly leadership, you should look into it.
We’re excited to be here in Casper, to be starting the work of planting a Reformed church in central Wyoming!