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Let Us Rejoice!

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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 no...

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Things Are Not What They Seem

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"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."...

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Re-forming Worship as a Means of Practical Discipleship


Worship is not just something we do on Sunday; it does something to us as well......

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Ten Books Every Christian Should Read (Part 2)


6. Christianity Liberalism (J. Gresham Machen) Listed as one of the top 100 books of the millennium by World magazine and one of the top 100 books of the twentieth century by Christianity Today, Machen's apologetic defense of orthodox Christianity against the rising challenge of twentieth century theological liberalism remains one of the most important and relevant books...

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Ten Books Every Christian Should Read (Part 1)


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...

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The Lost Art of Spiritual Meditation (Psalm 1)


"Spiritual Meditation moves beyond simple rote memorization of key Bible verses. It enters a realm where we allow Scripture to have its way with us as an active and living force...

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Honest Evangelism

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For many Christians evangelism can be a difficult subject to talk about. Much like bringing up religion or politics at a dinner party can quickly spoil the lighthearted mood and casual conversation around the table; the very word evangelism can have the same effect within the churchevoking feelings of guilt, anxiety, and insecurity; even fears of rejection and failure at t...

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