Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Saturday Post(s)

Lessons from the Creed. This is from one of my interns at our middle school ministry about what the Apostles’ Creed says about the nature of Christianity. Needless to say, I am proud. Jesus Calling. A very helpful look at … Continue reading

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Jesus Has Ruined My Reputation

As a Christian, my reputation has been ruined. Before becoming a Christian I did a really good job at making people think I am a good guy. I made sure to do chores at the right time in order to … Continue reading

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A Preacher’s Reflections from Summer Camp

This past weekend I had the privilege and responsibility to preach up at Cedar Lake in Big Bear, California for Grace Brethren’s Youth Summer Camp. Upon driving home (while trying not to get car sick on the winding mountain roads) I … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Most Unpopular Promise

The Christian’s life is completely built upon the promises of God. Christianity has its eyes set, not on the follower and what they do, but on the Triune God and what He has promised. The promises of God are the life … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Don’t Waste Your Life in Pornolescence. “Pornolescence is that period when a person is old enough and mature enough to know that pornography is wrong and that it exacts a heavy price, but too immature or too apathetic to do … Continue reading

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Worship Driven Life

Why were you born? Why are you here? Why did God create you and I? Why did He send Jesus to save you and I from our sins? What are we teaching our children about the meaning of their life? … Continue reading

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The Most Important Word in the Universe

Some years ago, in a faculty devotional at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Dr. Murray Harris proposed this line of thinking: What is the most important Book in the universe? The Bible. Which book within the Bible is the most important? … Continue reading

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