Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thought-provoking Thoughts on Thanksgiving

Yesterday on his blog, Justin Taylor shared several thoughts from G.K. Chesterton on thankfulness and gratitude. I would encourage you to give each one a contemplative read. Here are two for starters: “The aim of life is appreciation; there is … Continue reading

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Reading (and Studying) History

I am currently finishing up Robert McKenzie’s book, The First Thanksgiving. If you know me, then you know I enjoy history. McKenzie’s book has not only been informative about the holiday we simply call Thanksgiving. He has also taught me … Continue reading

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The Definition of Chalcedon

Over the past month or so I have mentioned the Definition of Chalcedon several times in sermons, Sunday School and various conversations. I wanted to post it in full for those who want to read it but don’t know where … Continue reading

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Safe Comfortable Discipleship?

I was having a conversation with one of our Elders (the one I call dad) this week about preaching and sermon preparation. One of the things we discussed was the difficulty of determining what to include and what not to … Continue reading

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