Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Trinitarian Work of Salvation

I am currently finishing up Michael Reeves’ book, Delighting in The Trinity. I have to say, this book lives up to its title. There have been numerous times in reading that I have just wanted to stand up and shout, … Continue reading

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Your Testimony is Not the Gospel

This is the final post in a series of blogs emphasizing evangelism. Outside of wanting to highlight the importance of evangelism, the main purpose of these blogs has been to point you toward good resources. Each post has contained an … Continue reading

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Introduction to the Trinity

In today’s sermon (Mark 1:9-13) the doctrine of the Trinity was central as we looked at the Baptism of Jesus. There are several, more recent, introductory books on the Trinity. I wanted to post them for anyone who would be … Continue reading

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“Plan to Stop Not Evangelizing”

Mark Dever in his book, The Gospel and Personal Evangelism, recommends twelve steps we can take to make evangelism a priority. Dever offers these steps under the heading, “Plan to Stop Not Evangelizing.” Here are the twelve steps: Pray: I think … Continue reading

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Our Most Valuable Possession

In keeping with our current theme of evangelism, I wanted to share with you from J.I. Packer’s classic, Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God. The thoughts below come from a section in the book where Packer is explaining the motive … Continue reading

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Resources on the Gospel According to Mark

Today we began our Sermon series through Mark. Below are resources I have used in preparing and resources I am using on a weekly basis for my sermon study. I have indicated the resources that I highly recommend by marking … Continue reading

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