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The Beauty of the Church

The church is beautiful—not because of who we are, but because of what God has done....

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How Do You Read Scripture?

How do you read Scripture? I’m not asking when do you read Scripture, how often do you read Scripture, or do you read from a physical Bible or a device. I’m not even asking what translation or location. I’m probing about your stance....

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Communion Starts with Knowledge

You can't have intimacy with God without knowing God....

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Communion with God

The importance of true communion with God...

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The Lost Virtue of Meekness

What is meekness, and why has it been lost?...

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A Destroyer of Ministry: The Fear of Man

The fear of man destroys many opportunities for Gospel ministry....

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A Call to a Ministry Lifestyle

How do you understanding ministry? A program? An event? Change your perception of ministry to view it as a lifestyle....

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5 P's to Pray for Your Church

Recently, I have felt the Lord's conviction concerning my prayer life. I desire deep communion with God, yet spend little time in prayer. I desire a deeper compassion for others, yet pray little for them. I may be alone in this, but I don't believe that is the case. So, to start this new year, I thought I might offer a few ideas of how you can pray for your church. We shou...

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Time to Talk

Have we forgotten we are not of the world we are in?...

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The Liberating Doctrine of Justification

Many misguided perceptions pervade Christianity. One particular perception that grates on my pastoral sensitivities is the idea that doctrine is dry and irrelevant to daily Christian living. In our modern pragmatic approach to life, we tend to spurn anything that causes us to struggle to see its relevancy. We also consider it a hassle when we have to work to grasp the si...

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