Monthly Archives: October 2015

Faith Alone

Reformation Day is this weekend and it just wouldn’t be right to let it pass by without mention of Martin Luther. Zondervan publishing has recently released the first volume in “The 5 Solas Series” entitled, Faith Alone, authored by Thomas Schreiner. … Continue reading

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“Christ For Us”

In my preaching this past Sunday, I offered two quotes from Robert Murray M’Cheyne. He was a Scottish pastor who died in 1843 at the young age of 29. Andrew Bonar, the younger brother of Horatius (known for his hymns), … Continue reading

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What is the Church?

On Sunday we began a new sermon series on the Church. You may be asking, why? Why would we have a series of sermons on the church? Carl Trueman’s statements in the forward to the new edition of James Bannerman’s … Continue reading

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Prayer

We have just concluded our study of Ephesians as a church family. This week I have been reflecting on the call to prayer at the end of the letter. The call to pray at all times, with all manner of … Continue reading

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Mortification of Sin

In continuation of the previous post, I thought it would be helpful to further discuss the mortification of sin. As Christians, we are in union with Christ by faith. One of the realities of that union is that sin no … Continue reading

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