Tag Archive for grace

Ep 12: The Unpopular Disciplines Part 1

When I think of meditation I often wonder if it is merely a weird eastern religious practice or if it holds so importance in our faith as well. Don’t forget to check out Richard Foster’s book “The Celebration of Discipline.” The Old Marquee is a Clements Media Podcast. For more information, please visit theoldmarquee.com Clements Media clementsmedia.org Read more →

Ep 11: Self Image Is Not as a Important as His Image

While teaching the youth group a few weeks ago and interest comment stirred my curiosity. In all my time growing up in church I don’t remember a large amount of teachings on this mysterious thing called gluttony. I wonder what the bible really has to say about it. And if I am guilty of it?   The Old Marquee is… Read more →

Ep 10: A Seed Only Needs Water and Sunlight to Grow

Growing up in church I used to compete against other young Christians to see who had learned more facts about the bible. I believe that in Church we have begun to believe that spiritual maturity works exactly the same way. The Christian with the most facts memorized is the most spiritually deep person. However, this is not the case. The… Read more →

Ep 9: Let the One Without Guilt Cast the First Stone

Grace and righteousness seem to be terms that have a hard time coexisting. In churches we offer so much grace to members who struggle with lying and other forms of “Lesser” sins but have little grace to offer our leaders and those who deal with greater temptations. Grace in the fundamental attribute of our faith and we simply cannot ignore… Read more →