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Are You Going to Marry a Non-Believer?

In answering the question, “What can I say to my Christian friend who just got engaged to a non-Christian?” John Piper offers a question I think needs to be asked by anyone considering such a marriage. How can you be … Continue reading

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What Our Marriage is Built Upon

Today, my wife and I celebrate our six-year wedding anniversary. This marks 14 years knowing each other, 12 years dating, and 6 years marriage. Each year with her is a gift of which I am increasingly thankful for. Proverbs 18:22 … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Our Society Should Not Stifle Religious Dissent. “Untouchable orthodoxies that are given official government sanction will treat any dissenting voice as an enemy to be vanquished. Secular progressivism isn’t only the enemy of religious liberty and civil society; it is … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

You Are Not Your Sexuality. “Jesus teaches us, and in His life He shows us, that sex and romantic fulfillment is not the key to making ourselves complete. Jesus was, after all, the most fully human and complete person who … Continue reading

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The Honor of Being a Helper

Currently, I am taking our church’s youth group through a series on relationships. Last week we covered the topic of marriage from Genesis 2:15-25. In this passage, as God sees Adam all by his lonesome, we read: Then the Lord … Continue reading

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Your Marriage Needs the Local Church

This year I have the immense privilege of officiating the wedding ceremony of four couples (I already did one in January, congrats again Charlie & Kalli!). One unique thing about these four weddings is that they all contain former students … 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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