In this week’s post, Pastor Sean discusses the importance of having a family devotion. If you’ve struggled with starting one, Pastor Sean offers some helpful tips for starting one this December. How to Start a Family Devotion in December
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The Puritans of Plymouth Pastor Sean Wegener Presented to Summerville First Baptist 11/21/18 Seek good, and not evil, That you may live; And so the Lord, the God of Hosts, will be with you, as you have said. Hate evil, and love good, And establish justice in the gate;[…]
In the link below, Pastor Sean asks if the church should get on board with the #believewomen movement. He reminds us that the church’s role is as the Bride not the judge. Should the church #believewomen?
Below Pastor Sean writes on an important topic, alcohol. He challenges us to rethink our open stance on drinking and ministry. Click on the link below to read the article. The Benefits of Prohibition
Right doctrine leads to right practice. Pastor Sean explains how Southern Baptists put the doctrine of the imago Dei into practice through the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief agency in todays post. Look for the Yellow Hats
Brother Sean responds to Union Seminary’s statements of belief. He stands in defense of the inerrancy and infallibility of Scripture. Who Gets to Divine the Divine? A Response to Union Seminary’s Statement
Below is a link to Pastor Sean’s devotional piece in CaffeinatedTheology.com Suturing Wounds with Mercy
Below is a post from our Pastor Sean Wegener concerning his method of praying for our church family. How do you pray for your church members?
Below is a blog post from our pastor reflecting on pastoring for six months. Five Pastoral Reflections
You can check out a published article by our pastor on Caffeinatedtheology.com called “Three Signs of eroding Integrity.” Three Signs of Eroding Integrity