Author Archives: chipparker

About chipparker

Husband, Father, Pastor

It’s Friday but Sunday’s a’ comin

A great Good Friday message by SM Lockridge (1913-2000). Advertisements

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Welcome Back

It’s been so long since I’ve sat down to write that I’m really not sure how to begin.  I guess the best way to get going again is the same way that I got going in the first place.  Just … Continue reading

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When Disney looks like Heaven

This past week, my wife, Leigh Anne, and I took our son Haddon to Disney World in Orlando for three days.  While there, we hit every park but Epcot.  We rode the rides, saw the shows, waved at the characters, and … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: A Single Guy’s Take on Parenting

I have been out-of-town on vacation this week, thus the reason for no new posts.  However, I have asked Chad Bryant, our Associate Pastor of Youth and Outreach at Airline, to fill in for me.  I told him he could choose any … Continue reading

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Midweek Reminder 5/1/13

If you had to guess, what do you think would be the number one reason that people who don’t go to church give for not going?  Would it be work?  Would it be that they are busy?  Maybe they just … Continue reading

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Jason Collins, Chris Broussard, and 1 Peter

There has been a lot of talk about the comments made by ESPN’s Chris Broussard in regards to the outing of NBA Center Jason Collins.  If you are unfamiliar with the story, Denny Burk has an excellent overview here at his … Continue reading

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The Sinner’s Prayer: How it can help and how it can hurt

Over the last year or so, the idea of the “sinner’s prayer” has come under fire in many Christian circles.  Some see it as harmful, some see it as Biblical, but most people are probably somewhere in between.  Lately in a Bible study … Continue reading

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