Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Gospel is Fuel for Battling Sin

How does the Gospel fuel our battle with indwelling sin as believers? Tim Chester, in his book You Can Change gets us on the right track for thinking about this. Chester wrote: You will cleanse no sin from your life … Continue reading

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Feed on the Gospel Daily

Without a doubt, The Prodigal God by Tim Keller is one of my all-time favorite books. I was looking through my notes on this book today and came across this nugget…read and be reminded. Keller wrote: A fundamental insight of … Continue reading

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A Meal Together

One of the main emphases of our small groups at Redeemer is having a shared meal together. We strongly encourage our groups to not neglect gathering around the table when they meet. Table-fellowship is vital to cultivating a real sense … Continue reading

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The Church and Patriotism

Tomorrow is Independence Day, a great day for all Americans. I, like most of my fellow countrymen, will be enjoying sunshine, hotdogs, ice-cream, fireworks, family and friends. Recently, I have noted some discussion about being a Christian and being a … Continue reading

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