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The Saturday Post(s)

But Jesus Never Said Anything About Homosexuality. “If you’ve ever claimed that Scripture says homosexual behavior is a sin, there’s a good chance someone tried to correct you with, “Jesus never said anything about homosexuality.” It doesn’t matter what Bible … Continue reading

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Parents, Talk to Your Kids About Sex

Parents, if you don’t talk to your children about sex, someone else will – and who knows what they’ll say. Melissa Edgington gives some helpful pointers on how to start. If we start young, we can easily keep the conversation … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

The Old Testament in 5 Minutes. A short, helpful video. Israel & Women-in-Combat. ““Whenever anyone at National Review … writes in opposition to opening all combat jobs to women or (even worse) drafting women into ground combat, there is predictable … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

10 Bible Passages to Pray for Your Children. “God has made it abundantly clear in Scripture that he wants to bless our children and descendants. He’s given us many promises to give us faith to hope and pray for their salvation and well-being. … Continue reading

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The Most Important Lesson My Dad Taught Me

Ray Ortlund shares wisdom from his dad that we all need to hear: I think about my dad a lot.  I miss him so much it aches.  But the most important thing he taught me was this.  There is only … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Shepherding Your Family on Saturday to Sunday. Here are some practical thoughts about how to shepherd your family 24/7. The 498 Anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses. An enlightening interview with Dr. Carl Trueman about the good Doctor Luther. Six … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

The Exuberant Goodness of the Creator. A short quote showing that God is far kinder to us and creation than we can imagine. Does Netflix Make Christ More Precious to You? “What would that mean practically to regard everything in … Continue reading

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11 Books I Wish Every Parent at My Church Would Read

A few Sundays ago, it was Youth Appreciation Sunday at my church and as the new youth minister I had the privilege and responsibility to preach for all five of our services. I preached out of Deuteronomy 6:4-8 and called … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Why Are Anti-Judgmental People So Judgmental? “There’s a growing trend I’ve noticed and have become concerned about: namely, that people who are anti-judgmental are SO judgmental of anyone else they perceive to be passing judgment. One, they’re often wrong; two, … Continue reading

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I Am a Weak Father

Fatherhood is ripe with challenges in itself. When I add my own weaknesses as a man into the equation, the feeling of inadequacy become overwhelming. However, although knowing my weaknesses as a man can be disheartening, it doesn’t have to … Continue reading

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