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The Saturday Post(s)

What is Biblical Love? “True, biblical love consists in the sharing of mutual joy—of seeking one another’s joy as one’s own.” 40 Things Parents Definitely Can’t Get Away With Anymore. The difference of childcare between our parents generation and ours … Continue reading

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My Kind of Seeker Sensitivity

If this is what people meant by being a seeker sensitive church, then I’d be all in. Paul Washer: Our churches have plenty of strategies for becoming more seeker friendly, but we ought to realize this: there is only one … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Does Mathematics Point to God? William Lane Craig interacts with atheist/agnostic philosopher Daniel Came on whether the remarkable ability of maths to describe the universe we live in is evidence for a transcendent designer. Also, check out Albert Mohler’s discussion … Continue reading

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How Can I Help My Pastor Study & Preach as He Should?

I don’t have an answer to the question posed in this post’s title, but someone else does! Here is one Christian’s unforgettable plan on how to help make sure their pastor is preparing for and preaching God’s Word with the seriousness and … Continue reading

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The Scandal of the Semi-Churched

I read this post by Kevin DeYoung a long time ago and thought I would call my readers’ attention to it. It isn’t about the unchurched or the anti-churched, but the semi-churched folks within our local congregations. Kevin DeYoung writes: I … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

A Prayer for Those Who Often Fail in Praying. This is a great prayer, “about praying—seeking God’s forgiveness for praying poorly, and seeking God’s help to pray more powerfully and skillfully.” When Christians Know They Can Join With Roman Catholicism. … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

The Best Pastor-Member Meeting Ever! There is an immense lesson for all of us to learn here. “I was glad to have the young people in our church. But these pastor-member meetings were getting on my nerves. The meetings were the same. The … Continue reading

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A Log in the Fire

I have written before about the essential importance of loving, being a part of, and going to church. To add to the list, here is a simple little story from Donald Whitney to help illustrate the importance of church fellowship within the Christian life. … Continue reading

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For Those That Don’t Feel Connected at Church

Have you been attending your church without ever connecting with others in a significant way? Does your fellowship at church consist of no more than a few small conversations on a Sunday followed by a week of no contact? If so, … Continue reading

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Questions to Ask & Not Ask When Joining a Church

As a Christian, church membership is not an option, but a glorious, joy-filled gift reality of what we have in Christ. Through Jesus, we have become members of His body (1 Corinthians 12:13) and that spiritual reality must give way to practical manifestation. … Continue reading

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