Tell Me What To Write!

Every once in a while I get a really good suggestion from one of the readers of this blog on what to write (got a suggestion that I’m likely going to follow-up on from a reader just the other day, in fact). In fact, one of the most frequently read posts on the blog, “God Won’t Give You More Than You Can Handle,” came from a reader’s recommendation. It’s been a while since I’ve taken an opportunity to put out a call to you all asking for your suggestions, so today I’m doing exactly that.

I want you to tell me what to write about. All you have to do is leave a comment with your topic suggestion. Pretty much any topic is up for grabs.If there are ones you all dig, reply to that suggestion with “seconded” or something along those lines. If I’m completely overwhelmed with great ideas, I’ll take the top ten and we’ll run a poll next week to narrow it down to four.

You guys game?

Looking forward to your suggestions!

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  • Keiki Hendrix

    Aaron… there’s a hot topic for you… female Pastor’s. I struggle with this one. Female pastors are everywhere these days. During my conversations with female pastors, I have yet to find the subject biblically sound. I get a lot of scripture in response to my questions, but, for some reason, I can’t get past the passage that states “the Pastor shall be the husband of one wife.” Since a woman cannot be a husband, how can female pastors be biblically sound? {Scratching my head and looking forward to your take on it.}

    • Aaron Armstrong

      Thanks for this suggestion Keiki. I’ve ended up having quite a few discussions on this, so it’d probably be good to get it down on “paper” (or blog post in this case).

    • Rusty

       I second this one. This would be a good one.

  • Anonymous

    Throughout history,Christians have been singers of praise to God. Today, with the younger generation, the word ‘worship’ has become synonymous with singing. What does the Bible say about worship and singing?

    • Chris Lovie-Tyler

      I second this. Worship is so much more than singing!

      • Aaron Armstrong

        Agreed. I like this subject. Thanks Don and Chris!

  • Rusty

    I am always interested in discussions on: body/soul relationship. The Imago Dei, how/in what ways do we reflect God’s image. The tension between free will and God’s sovereignty. There’s a few easy ones. 😉

    • Aaron Armstrong

      Well, it’s always nice to be let off with a few easy ideas…

  • thomsoncs

    How about whether there is a distinction between intentional sin and unintentional sin when it comes to God’s grace and our heart towards Him.

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  • Aaron Armstrong

    Over on Facebook, Kirsty suggests writing about heaven and Rhonda recommends writing on prayer – specifically about whether or not God actually answers all the prayers of the redeemed.

  • mrben

    Being from a slightly more charismatic background I’d be interested in your thoughts on some of the surrounding issues, namely:

    1. There is a prevalent theory that God always wants to heal, and that, as Jesus healed all those who came to Him, we also should be looking for God to always heal. Discuss….

    2. Many of the big Reformed people are identifying themselves as having a charismatic theology (ie belief in the continuation of the supernatural gifts) but seem to struggle to actually put these into practice in a consistent model of church. Have you any thoughts on how a reformed church should seek to express the gifts? 

    • Aaron Armstrong

      Ben, you’ve given me a couple of doozies here. Consider them on the list :)

  • Ben Reed

    I especially love your book reviews, Aaron.  They’ve been a great resource for me.

    Here is an idea for you to chew on:
    What part does good leadership play in the overall success of a local church?  Can a local church be successful just focusing on preaching the Gospel?

    • Aaron Armstrong

      I love these suggestions!

  • Alissa Graham

    I would love to hear your thoughts on the phrase “God doesn’t move parked cars” or “God doesn’t drive a parked car” (meaning, we have to be in motion for us to be in God’s will.)
    Also, does God harden and/or steer our hearts? 

    • Aaron Armstrong

      Good ideas!

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