Beginning this Sunday we will meet 9:00 am and 10:30 am for Worship...Keep Reading
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As uncertain and unsettling as times like these may prove to be, my prayer is that these words would serve as a constant reminder to us all that such moments of crisis provide us as believers with not only challenges to overcome but opportunities to learn, grow, and respond in such a way that demonstrates and displays to a watching world that indeed our hope is built on nothing less than the firm foundation of Jesus Christ. ...
Several articles posted over the past 3 months, in light of the Coronavirus, referencing Martin Luther's letter written in 1527 after the bubonic plague had come to Wittenberg, Germany. ...
Calvin's summary / concluding statement of his discussion on the Apostles' Creed from Institutes Book 2, Chapter 16, Section 19...
Calvin’s mission to the world...
Calvin's theology and Missions...
Lessons from Calvin on missions...
Below is an excerpt from Dr. Vern Poythress' book, The Returning King: A guide to the Book of Revelation....
"What appear to the naked eye, on the plane of human history, to be weak, helpless, hunted, poor, defeated congregations of Jesus' faithful servants prove to be the true overcomers who participate in the triumph of the Lion who conquered as a slain Lamb."...
Where is Christ in your theological system? ...
Justification and Sanctification: How do they differ? an extended quote by JC RYLE...
Worship is not just something we do on Sunday; it does something to us as well......
Reading is (and always will be) one of the most effective ways of renewing our minds. The Bible, of course, is the most important book we should be reading, but there are many others as well. Here is a list I compiled of ten books that I believe every Christian should take time to read...
Rather than post devotionals here you can get all the Sunrise Devotionals by going to our Vimeo website...Keep Reading
Sunrise Devotions 9-13 (all five episodes of Passion Week Edition)...Keep Reading
A quote from Fleming Rutledge, taken from "The Seven Last Words from the Cross...Keep Reading
A Video Devotional with Pastor Drew (Presently using the devotional '365 Days With Calvin'...Keep Reading
Several articles posted over the past 3 months, in light of the Coronavirus, referencing Martin Luther's letter written in 1527 after the bubonic plague had come to Wittenberg, Germany. ...Keep Reading
There may be circumstances in your earthly lot which at this moment are peculiarly trying......Keep Reading
Calvin on the great assurance and delight we take from observing the Lord’s Supper. . Taken from institutes Book 4 chapter 27 section 3...Keep Reading
from the physical things set forth in the Sacrament we are led by a sort of analogy to spiritual things. Taken from institutes Book 4 chapter 27 section 4...Keep Reading
Calvin’s final prayer in his commentary on Ezekiel. He died a few days later...Keep Reading
A prayer of Calvin summarizing as it were his teaching on the biblical doctrine of election ...Keep Reading
From Institutes Book 3 Chapter 6 Section 3: The Christian life receives its strongest motive to God’s work through the person and redemptive act of Christ. ...Keep Reading
Calvin Quote on Necessity of Being United to Christ from Institutes Book 3 Chapter 1 Section 1...Keep Reading
Calvin's summary / concluding statement of his discussion on the Apostles' Creed from Institutes Book 2, Chapter 16, Section 19...Keep Reading
A quote of Calvin on the perpetuity of the Church from the Institute's book 2 chapter 15 section 3...Keep Reading
By his advent Christ … has brought life and immortality to light through the gospel.” Quote from Institutes Book 2.9.2...Keep Reading
Quote of John Calvin in reference to Psalm 10:4: “In the pride of his face the wicked does not seek him; all his thoughts are, “There is no God.”“...Keep Reading
Calvin on Internal Knowledge of God. (This post is really for the illustration Dr. Calhoun shares in his lecture notes on the Institutes!!)...Keep Reading
Calvin was a man passionate about the gospel and zealous to see it proclaimed throughout the whole world. ...Keep Reading
Calvin’s mission to the world...Keep Reading
Calvin's theology and Missions...Keep Reading
Lessons from Calvin on missions...Keep Reading
Quote from Institutes on the Unvarying testimony of the church to the Scripture...Keep Reading
On Knowing God and Ourselves. A quote from Calvin’s Institutes Book 1 Chapter 1.1 &1.2...Keep Reading
A quote of Michael Allen concerning Calvin's persistent struggle with illness and eventual death...Keep Reading
A list of the material i'm reading and watching for my sabbatical study time...Keep Reading
"An Anatomy of all the Parts of the Soul'. Calvin on studying the Psalms...Keep Reading
Below is an excerpt from Dr. Vern Poythress' book, The Returning King: A guide to the Book of Revelation....Keep Reading
A letter from Church of England clergyman and writer, Legh Richmond (1824). He is writing to his dying teenage son. ...Keep Reading
Each Sunday we gather to worship our God and be reminded of the loveliness of our savior, Jesus. Below I quote James Smith (1802...Keep Reading
Good Friday and Easter are about atonement. God presented Christ as a sacrifice of atonement, through faith in his blood (Rom. 3:25)....Keep Reading
Why did Jesus enter Jerusalem as he did that first Palm Sunday? (James Boice Quote)...Keep Reading
Where is Christ in your theological system? ...Keep Reading
Listening to the Preached Word. Advice from John Piper...Keep Reading
Communion with Christ is that which will make you stand fast, and triumph over all enemies, difficulties, dangers, and deaths....Keep Reading
The following is taken from James Smith, “Sunny Subjects for All Seasons" (1858)....Keep Reading
an excerpt from The Present and Future Rest of True Believers by John Newton: "Our most enlarged ideas of our future glory are faint and imperfect. Who can describe or conceive the happiness of Heaven? It will be as unlike as possible ...Keep Reading
Justification and Sanctification: How do they differ? an extended quote by JC RYLE...Keep Reading