Monthly Archives: April 2016

A Secret to Prayer

Came across a gem from Charles Spurgeon’s Morning & Evening today: When you read…a promise, take it back to the great Promiser, and ask Him to fulfill His own word. Feast your faith upon God’s own word, and whatever your … Continue reading

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Are You a Sponge, Sword, or Stone?

Kevin DeYoung, in his excellent little e-book, “The Gift of Friendship,” offers a word picture that should make us all ask, “Which kind of friend am I?” We all know the proverb: “Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another” … Continue reading

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Every Pastor Should Have This

What do you think are the most important qualities a pastor should have? Is it to be funny? Relevant? Engaging? Winsome? A nice dresser? Visionary? Whatever your list may end up looking like, I pray that the below quality makes … Continue reading

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Christians & Their Bibles

Herman Bavinck: Believing God at his word is in no way inconsistent with human dignity, anymore than it dishonors a child to rely with unlimited trust on the word of her or his father. So far from gradually outgrowing this … Continue reading

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Your Atheism (or Irreligion) is Socially Shaped

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The Saturday Post(s)

Should We Celebrate the “Dragon Lady”? An honest question to proponents of transgender reassignment. “On what basis can you condemn the ‘dragon lady’ but celebrate sex-reassignment surgery?” How Do We Help Students in a Pornified Culture. Sean McDowell has some … Continue reading

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Your Pastor is More Than a Podcast

Podcasts are great. I love Podcasts and benefit significantly from them. They make my long commutes to school or runs through my city way more enjoyable and edifying. Podcasts are super duper. A+. Wonderful. However, though great, Podcasts can be … Continue reading

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