Posts by Noah Icenhour

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HANDCLAPPING IN WORSHIP TO GOD

by Noah Icenhour

    Dave Miller of Apologetics Press This is an important discussion as many churches around us are accepting this practice more and more. This article can be found in full form at https://apologeticspress.org/apcontent.aspx?category=11&article=4802. I have included only the section about hand-clapping during singing for this particular article. (Noah Icenhour) As churches of Christ continue to experience transitional conflict, fundamental commitment to biblical […]

    UNDER CONSTRUCTION

    by Noah Icenhour

      Exciting things are happening at Mabelvale this week! As I write I can hear the sound of workers in our foyer. They are re-carpeting the foyer, hallway and all of our classrooms! In addition to that, all of our classrooms are being repainted and remodeled! It all started in fall of 2017 when I presented […]

      LOT’S WIFE

      by Noah Icenhour

        Let me tell you something very obvious: we all have a past behind us. Each one of us has a history and a story about how we got where we are today. This story is filled with experiences that are memorable, comforting and joyful. This story is also chained to experiences that are painful, devastating […]

        THE BEST MARRIAGE ADVICE I EVER HEARD

        by Noah Icenhour

          The February 2015 issue of Reader’s Digest featured a lead article which was captioned, “The Best Advice I Ever Got.” Twenty-two people, including bestselling authors, humanitarians, entrepreneurs & entertainers, were asked what the best advice that they had ever received is. On the subject of listening Stephen Spielberg said, “Listen to everybody before you make […]

          THE SELF-SEEKING MIND VERSUS THE CHRIST-SEEKING MIND

          by Noah Icenhour

            Perhaps you have heard the following story or something similar: There was a little boy sitting with his mother during the Lord’s Supper on a Sunday morning. The bread and the fruit of the vine came by and the little boy wanted to partake of them. The little boy’s mother quickly stopped him and patiently […]

            CHRISTIANITY THAT IS APPEALING TO ATHEISTS

            by Noah Icenhour

              [This article is written by a friend of Noah’s, Forrest Antemesaris, one of the ministers at the Finger church of Christ in Finger, TN. He is a graduate of Florida School of Preaching and currently a student at Freed-Hardeman University. In high school he was an atheist until he met his future wife and everything […]

              OUT OF THE BOX EVANGELISM

              by Noah Icenhour

                This article will appear in the October publication of the Gospel Advocate  It all started with a mini fridge. My senior year at Freed-Hardeman University had come to an end and it was now time to say goodbye to some furniture that had made the four-year journey with me. Although the idea of keeping the […]

                COME AND SEE 

                by Noah Icenhour

                  It can be so hard to know the best way to share the gospel with our friends and neighbors. We know the truth that the gospel teaches, but we also know the preconceived ideas people have against the truth and the church of Christ. It can be hard to know the best way to present […]

                  WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP?

                  by Noah Icenhour

                    A large chunk of my ministry at this point in my life is involved with working with teens. Part of the fun of working with teens (but also a great challenge to your self-esteem) is the fact that they can be brutally honest. They will tell you if you tend to be a little boring […]

                    PUTTING OTHERS BEFORE OURSELVES

                    by Noah Icenhour

                      One the first words we learn as toddlers is “me.” Once that word is learned it is worn out! Although there are exceptions, from the time we are toddlers we tend to be very inward focused. Children don’t quite grasp the idea of sharing. A friend shared something with me that helps learn how to […]