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The Saturday Post(s)

Dads, Your Children Need You. “Fathers are incredibly influential, both directly and indirectly. Children were created to respond to the influence of a father. A man can have a complete lack of influence in his personal and professional life, but … Continue reading

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How Do You Respond to Others?

Here’s a question you may have never asked yourself, how do you usually respond to others in conversation? Not sure how to answer? I didn’t either when I was first asked, but Duane Elmer helpfully clarified it for me (and … Continue reading

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God is (More Than) Love

God is so much more than love and that is why He is unique among the created gods of Man and amazing to those saved by His grace. God is amazing because He is so much more than love. B.B. … Continue reading

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10 Questions to Ask About Your Marriage

Kevin DeYoung recently posted ten questions he thought every married person could ask to assess the health of their marriage. They are money. Read and heed: 1. Do you pray together? 2. Do you still notice each other? 3. Do … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

How Much Do You Know About What the Bible Teaches About the Bible? “How well do you know the doctrine of the Scripture? How well do you know what the Bible tells us about the Bible? This short thirty-three question … Continue reading

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Loving the Universal Church vs. the Local Church

“I don’t need to be a member of a local church because I am a member of the universal church.” “I am more interested in the capital C ‘Church,’ and not as much the lower case C ‘church.’” Have you … Continue reading

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Christian, You Don’t Have What It Takes

This is a hopeful post that will start out with a terribly (but only seemingly) unhopeful word. Here is the word: you do not have what it takes to live or minister in Christ’s Name. Yes, you are not competent … Continue reading

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