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Truth & Compassion in Action. “Gay activists prepared to protest FIRE Church in Concord, North Carolina. Their event leader posted their plan on Facebook…We are going to STAND TOGETHER AS A COMMUNITY to show that our love is stronger than … Continue reading
The other day I was sitting with one of the sophomore guys in our church’s youth ministry enjoying a cup of coffee. Our conversation changed from topic to topic, but it soon took on a laser focus when he asked, … Continue reading
This will be a bit short today. I have sermon preparation to do for tomorrow! I Will Never Cast Out. I promise you won’t regret reading this short paragraph. 12 Questions to Ask When Watching a Movie. One theologian (John … Continue reading
One time, Jesus preached this: “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you … Continue reading
Idolatry is the root of all sin. Essentially, all of our sin is deciding to trust, love, and obey something else instead of God. As I have said before, our disobedience to God is actually obedience to something else. So … Continue reading
This past Sunday, one of the pastors at our church preached a powerful and encouraging sermon from John 1:35-51 about following Christ. As I listened, I was reminded about how radically different following Jesus is compared to other things we … Continue reading
“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
Starting this Wednesday night, our middle school ministry will be starting a series focusing on the Biblical teaching about God as Trinity. In hearing about this endeavor, lots of folks say things like, “Are you joking? Middle Schoolers and the … Continue reading
In thinking about 2015, I have another hope to offer you specifically, my beloved reader: I hope you read the whole Bible in 2015. Before you let feelings of guilt and anxiety arise, let me help you see that this … Continue reading