Monthly Archives: May 2014

Gospel-Culture

A few weeks ago I read Ray Ortlund’s new book, Gospel: How the Church Portrays the Beauty of Christ. It’s a book I wish everyone in our church would take time to read. Early in the book Ortlund wrote: “There … Continue reading

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Fellowship

Over the last several weeks I have been reading through David Well’s most recent book, God in the Whirlwind: How the Holy-love of God Reorients Our World. While there is much I would like to share from the book, my attention … Continue reading

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God’s Plans (Faithful and True)

Louis Berkhof wrote: Man may and often does alter his plans for various reasons. It may be that in making his plan he lacked seriousness of purpose, that he did not fully realize what the plan involved, or that he … Continue reading

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Biblical Evangelism

Mack Stiles offers the following in his recent book, Evangelism: How the Whole Church Speaks of Jesus. If a church does not understand biblical evangelism, over time that church will be subverted. If we don’t practice healthy evangelism, the dominoes … Continue reading

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Committed to the Word

Here is a good reminder from R.C. Sproul: I think the greatest weakness in the church today is that almost no one believes that God invests His power in the Bible. Everyone is looking for power in a program, in … Continue reading

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From Duty to Desire

I love to read good hymns, and occasionally I like to share some of my favorites on the blog. Here is one that deserves a thoughtful and contemplative read. Love Constrained to Obedience by William Cowper No strength of nature … Continue reading

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