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via eurweb: *A Denny’s in Lake City, Florida is in apology mode today after it turned away a group of black customers, claiming their party was too large. Elijah Henderson Jr. told News4Jax that he visited the restaurant with a group of about 25 members from his church, and was immediately told by an employee that […]

Bishop Secular is tired of counseling people from other churches! Bishop’s church continues to grow in numbers, but here’s why. Listen to the audio player to…

  The topic of proper dress code at place of worship has caused fierce debates, not only in current times, but also in the early church. Many say that times have changed and people have to adopt new dress codes that conform to the current trends in fashion and design. This belief has been challenged […]

  There are some people that are members at multiple churches, but is that okay?  Listen to this edition of AV’s Say What to hear listeners take on flip-flopping churches!…

Men lie, women lie, but numbers don’t. Bishop Secular says it’s great when church membership increases, but listen to the audio player to hear why he prefers…

Bishop Secular wants to trade church members like sports teams trade players. Listen to the audio player to hear who he would like to trade at…

Bishop Secular says a woman who recently joined the church didn’t ask what she could do for the church, but what the church can do for…

What makes a good church member? Listen to the audio player to hear about Bishop Secular‘s VIP Platinum membership and what really qualifies you as a good…

Bishop Secular says talking about your pastor is really out of style. Word got back to Bishop that some of his members were talking bad about…

  In the 1990s, Peter Wagner published The Healthy Church, a book describing several diseases that churches sometimes exhibit. Some of his descriptions are quite helpful (e.g., koinonitis = excessive, inward fellowship), and the list itself challenges readers to come up with their own descriptions. Here are ten diseases I see as I consult with unhealthy churches around […]

Let me state the obvious: Pastors are humans. That means they have preferences, likes, and dislikes. So I did an unscientific Twitter poll to find out what pastors really don’t like about their jobs. By the way, one pastor cautioned me about calling their ministries “jobs.” I understand, but it’s hard to fit “God-called vocation […]