Browsing Archive: May, 2012

I'll Run No Matter What

Posted by Keith Howard on Wednesday, May 9, 2012, In : Inspirational 

"'I'll run no matter what!' Ahimaaz insisted. 'Alright then, run!' Joab said." (2 Samuel 18:23)

One soldier was afraid to take the life of the rebel Absalom because he overheard the king's command to bring him back unharmed. Joab had to do the deed himself. And then his armor bearers finished him off. But this young man Ahimaaz is fearless, He volunteers to bear the bad news of Absalom's death to the king. Joab refuses him because he usually brought good news, and sends another. Ahimaaz persis...

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The Implications of Rapture Theology upon Ecology

Posted by Keith Howard on Friday, May 4, 2012, In : Theology 
Here is a piece about the way belief in a literal, physical rapture of the Church impacts the current issues of ecology in a green world. We live on a privileged planet. We are called to be stewards. What does that mean for a Pentecostal Christian? A heady piece of theology with in-depth explanations and observations of opposing views. The Implications of Rapture Theology upon Ecology.
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Keith Howard Keith is the proud husband of Stefanie, and they have two boys, Zakary, and Nicholas. He is the lead pastor of Buckeye First Assembly, a progressive, Pentecostal congregation in an exburb of Phoenix. Together Keith and Stefanie have been in ministry for more than two decades having served three congregations in Texas, Colorado, and now Arizona. They have been music ministers performing musicals for all ages; writing and aranging for choirs and orchestras; leading worship bands. Keith holds a Master's of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary, and a BS in Sacred Music from Southwestern University.
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