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Monthly Archives: July 2015
There are lots of pastors who complain about the church, exploit the church, mislead the church, or betray the church, but few who do what Samuel Miller called his young seminarians to do at their graduation: Make sure, that, if … Continue reading
The first Adam of Genesis has a lot in common with the second Adam of the Gospel. A.W. Pink helpfully shows a few ways the First Adam prepares us for the second. Adam and Jesus Entered the World Miraculously. “Adam…entered … Continue reading
Do you have trouble praying? Do you find yourself distracted when you get yourself to finally come and pray? Are your prayers lacking? Allow three godly, bearded men help you take heart and motivate you to continue approaching God’s throne … Continue reading
If you haven’t heard, I am the father of the most beautiful little girl ever, Daisy Jane. These past (fast) seven weeks have been amazing. New feelings. New experiences. Lots of new thoughts. One of the reoccurring thoughts I have … Continue reading
Fatherhood is ripe with challenges in itself. When I add my own weaknesses as a man into the equation, the feeling of inadequacy become overwhelming. However, although knowing my weaknesses as a man can be disheartening, it doesn’t have to … Continue reading
Douglas Wilson recently penned a brief sexual catechism to aid Christians to think clearly about what the Scriptures teach about sex and things attached to it. Also, this is something for parents to keep in the back pocket whenever the … Continue reading
Paul Tripp shares some helpful advice for dads who didn’t grow up with good role models in their own fathers.