Adam Palmer: How Liturgy Saved My Faith

How Liturgy Saved My Faith by Adam Palmer Here’s what you need to know about me: I was raised by Charismatic parents in a Charismatic church. The first Bible I ever bought for myself was the Spirit-Filled Life Bible, one that had an emphasis on all the scriptures that had to do with the giftsContinue reading “Adam Palmer: How Liturgy Saved My Faith”

iMonk Authors Week: Adam Palmer

iMonk Authors Week We have been taking a break from some of our usual posts to highlight authors who contribute¬†here at Internet Monk. I am blessed to partner with many fine, gifted, and faithful writers, who have written books that I’d love for you to know about. For those of you still getting familiar withContinue reading “iMonk Authors Week: Adam Palmer”

The Pressure to Produce Results

Note from CM: Today’s post is from our friend Adam Palmer, who has written a new book with Craig Gross coming out in August, called Go Small: Because God Doesn’t Care About Your Status, Size, or Success. This book is an encouragement to ditch the evangelical church world’s “success” mentality and simply do the thingContinue reading “The Pressure to Produce Results”

Saturday Ramblings – February 22, 2014

Note from CM: Pastor Dan is enjoying the weather in Arizona and driving me crazy by being right in the neighborhood where the Cubs have started spring training. Meanwhile here I sit in the Midwest. Oh well. As Dan rambles ‚Äôround the desert, I asked our friend Adam Palmer to pinch-hit for Dan today. Thanks,Continue reading “Saturday Ramblings – February 22, 2014”

Saturday Ramblings (5/5/12)

Greetings, all. Adam Palmer here, filling in for our illustrious Jeff Dunn as he sojourns on an enigmatic quest through the exotic and mysterious land known only as “Dayton, Ohio.” Hopefully he’ll file some reports from high atop some ancient ruin–if he can hack his way through all the jungle vines and make the ascentContinue reading “Saturday Ramblings (5/5/12)”

iMonk Review Of Love Wins

It is a popular pastime in our society to deride the entertainment industry for its barrel-scraping lack of original ideas, but sometimes stereotypes exist because they’re true. Plus, barnside targets make for easy scores. Take, for example, the time-honored story of a man and a woman who can’t seem to get along, but, for someContinue reading “iMonk Review Of Love Wins”

IM Book Review: The Language Of Science And Faith

Oh, boy. Here we go again, wading into the murky waters of how-we-all-got-here. Strap on your galoshes and let’s hope we don’t get too messy. Frequenters of Internet Monk will already be fluent in the language of the conversation. For the newly initiated: on one side, at its most extreme, we have those who sayContinue reading “IM Book Review: The Language Of Science And Faith”