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Join Craig von Buseck weekdays as he shares his perspective on the major trends and news affecting the Body of Christ today.

June 2009 Entries

St. Paul's Body Found?

The Apostle Paul wrote to the church in Corinth, "We are confident, yes, well pleased rather to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord." But could St. Paul's bones still be present with us?

posted @ Monday, June 29, 2009 1:12 PM | Feedback (0)

Mission to America: Week Two

I’m in New York State. Gail Golden caught a plane back to Florida. Belle, the Missionary Dog, and I briefly moped and then continued our journey alone. We headed to Cleveland, Ohio and followed the beautiful Seaway Trail along Lake Erie through Pennsylvania and into New York. It rained, but for some reason, God did not seem to think that was a good enough excuse to stop ministering. I’ve been wet, muddy, and cold all week, but the journey continues.

posted @ Monday, June 22, 2009 4:12 PM | Feedback (1)

Pocket Full of Change: Churches in America

Here is the second installment of Cheryle Touchton's missionary journey across America. Today she encounters folks steeped in the New Age Movement and describes life in the churches she visited this past week. All this summer, Cheryle will be sharing stories from her missionary journey, and will be sharing insights from the Christian fellowships she visits along the way.

posted @ Thursday, June 18, 2009 1:03 PM | Feedback (0)

Mission to America: Saving Souls, One Quarter at a Time

The Lord is clear in His calling to each believer to "go ye and make disciples." Gail and Cheryle are doing that in a bold and creative way. I thought their stories would inpire the readers of ChurchWatch to find ways to share their faith with others. So this summer, ChurchWatch will follow Gail and Cheryle as they give away quarters and share the love of Jesus with thousands of people across America.

posted @ Tuesday, June 16, 2009 6:25 PM | Feedback (0)

'Unorthodox' Episcopalians?

Bible Belt Blogger, Frank Lockwood of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, has been following the possible consecration of an Episcopal bishop-elect who practices Zen Buddhism and denies traditional Christian teachings about sin, salvation and Christ's atoning death on the cross.

posted @ Tuesday, June 09, 2009 11:16 AM | Feedback (1)