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The Saturday Post(s)

8 Responses to Friendly Fire. Intended for pastors specifically, but easily applicable to everyone who knows the hurt of being attacked by friends. “No New Testament pastor had his character assaulted and sabotaged more than Paul. Time after time, those … Continue reading

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Love the Church More Than It’s Health

Oh man, this is so good and so needed by so many; including myself. Jonathan Leeman: This one goes out to the doctrine guys. The guys with ecclesiological opinions. The pastors and elders who think the Bible addresses the practices … Continue reading

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Eight Words That Will Change the Shape of Your Christianity

“Love each other as I have loved you.“ John 15:12 In this passage, and in John’s writing in general, one another is specifically applied to our brothers and sisters in Christ. Not that we shouldn’t love our non-believing friends, family, … 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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Do Our Churches Only Want Mediocre Men?

The Apostle Paul once wrote to a young pastor: “Teach the older men to be temperate, worthy of respect, self-controlled, and sound in faith, in love and in endurance” (Titus 2:2). In preaching this passage, Pastor Voddie Baucham takes some time to … Continue reading

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College Students & the Local Church

I have had a growing concern for Christian college students that began when I was a young college student. My concern is this: many Christian college students have little to no significant membership with a local church. They may be a part … 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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How to Make Biblical Application Very Real

There is a helpful Bible reading practice I have stumbled upon that I thought I’d share with the cyber-nets. It is very simple and goes like this: Exchange the “one another” commands of the New Testament with specific people in your … Continue reading

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Jesus Loves Organized Religion

“I love Jesus, but I am not into organized religion.” Ever hear that before? I am sure you have. It is a common refrain among those who like to hold claim to Jesus in some way, but want to keep … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

3 Principles for Asking for Forgiveness. Why we should never say, “I am sorry that I have upset you. Will you please forgive me?” with 3 things with must make sure to keep in mind when asking for forgiveness. Parents, … Continue reading

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