Monthly Archives: June 2014

Transgression Leads to Chaos

Yesterday during the sermon I went off my notes and paraphrased a thought from Ross Blackburn’s book, The God who makes Himself Known: The missionary heart of the book of Exodus. Now, the wisdom of entering a side-bar during a … Continue reading

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Gospel Tool

Today we made “Two Ways to Live” available at our resource table. The booklet is a great tool to be used in sharing the Gospel with others or can be used as a follow-up to a Gospel conversation. Below is … Continue reading

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Gospel Courage

Hopefully you don’t have to be around Redeemer long before someone encourages you to “preach the Gospel to yourself” daily. This past Sunday, one of our Elders (Neil), encouraged everyone to do just that throughout the week ahead as he … Continue reading

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Children in Christ

As a parent and as a pastor I have a great desire (massive understatement) to see my children and the children in our church come to faith and repentance in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Shorthand, I desire to see … Continue reading

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Dads, Protect Your Family

On Sunday we offered Richard Phillip’s book, The Masculine Mandate at our book table. I recommended it during our announcement time as a great Father’s Day gift, and was happy to see we sold-out after the service. The first time … Continue reading

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Evangelism and the book of Exodus

Since we are currently teaching through the book of Exodus on Sunday mornings and emphasizing Evangelism in other discussions, I thought the following sermon from Mark Dever on Evangelism and the book Exodus would be helpful. Join me in praying … Continue reading

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