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Welcome to Sovereign Lord Ministries.
Reverend Ken B. Wilson

This website provides an outline of SLM ministries, their theological context, and some basic Reformed Baptist theology, as well as an ongoing blog commentary spanning Christian life, faith, the church, societal issues of the day, and more.

Yet the real message is always the same and always central – The Gospel.

“Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved” Acts 16:13

About

Sovereign Lord Ministries

endeavoring to

Proclaim the sovereignty of God.
Preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Teach the Doctrines of Grace.
Serve through Pastoral Ministries.

You will find more on our theological context here.

Note: Unless otherwise stated, all Bible verses on this site from the New American Standard Bible.

Bible Study

Bible Study

“Now these people were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica, for they received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so.”  Acts 17:11

Sharing the word together in fellowship.

Exposition, Theology, Doctrine, Devotion

How and what exactly to study. How and what exactly to apply.

Explore Theology or Blog articles.

 

Pastoral

Serving through Pastoral Ministries

Pastoral Ministry can encompass many things, but all of them share the theme of serving the edification, spiritual comfort and sanctification of the individual Saint. Further, it includes evangelical outreach to the world (see Matthew 28:19-20).

Our primary ministry is in support of the individual Saint (believer).

Explore our Mission, Theology or Blog articles.

About Blogs

About blogs

Are you new to reading a blog? Then let’s try to briefly explain the lay of the land.

A blog is an internet based soapbox. It allows the author to write and publish conveniently on any theme he or she finds presently interesting. The content management system software (CMS) allows the author great facility in organizing the material, presentation, including graphics and a host of other options, so the emphasis can remain on writing. Presentation, however, can have an impact. I have written an ongoing thread about blog content vs blog presentation. It starts here.

When you enter the blog you are normally presented with the latest article. Posts are normally displayed in chronological order, with the most recent listed first. So to find the beginning of a series of article you must scroll down to find the first one..

Blog Posts are organized in categories (topics). To read only the Posts pertaining to a specific topic, there is a list of Blog Topics on the menu bar (called the sidebar) of every page. Each Topic is listed, along with the number of Posts it contains. Clicking on a Topic will display only the Posts for that Topic, once again, in chronological order, with most recent at the top.

There are also Page listing on the sidebar menu. These are fixed content pages or series of pages. They are not blog Posts and usually contain more fixed type information (such as this introduction). They are also often on the website main menu.

Last, but not least, blogs have Comments. A blog is designed to be an interactive medium, in which the reader can add content pertaining to a Post. This added content is in the form of a Comment. After a Post there may be a Comment form. Readers can enter a comment for that Post or read comments that have been posted by other readers. To avoid spam and inappropriate material, the readers usually must register in order to comment. This is easy and free, however, and we encourage readers to participate. If you register, please read our Privacy page.

Another big benefit to registration, assuming you like the blog, is notification of new Posts. As a Subscriber, the system will let you know when a new Post is available, saving you the trouble of checking.

Now, onward to the blog.