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The Saturday Post(s)

Jesus, You Are Enough. Great article with a great challenge. “I’m challenged myself as I gaze around my room at the heaps of stuff – some of it useful, some of it decorative, some of it of sentimental value, some … Continue reading

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If Jesus Died for Our Sins, Why Do We Still Die?

In his book, Christ-Centered Preaching, Bryan Chapell shares: Donald Grey Barnhouse, a famous bible teacher from the 1950’s, lost his wife to cancer when she was in her thirties. On the way to the funeral his oldest daughter asked him, … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Millennials and the False Gospel of Nice. My favorite of the week. “One might argue that young evangelicals aren’t fleeing core conservative institutions, but flooding them.” What’s Wrong With Producing a Worship Experience. “The only thing of value the church has … Continue reading

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He Took Damnation Lovingly

A few of the college gals from our church recently asked me what books I would recommend to them concerning the person of Christ. These are two particularly intelligent young women, so I recommended they work through Donald Macleod’s, The … Continue reading

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