Monthly Archives: November 2015

Thanksgiving

A couple of years ago I read Robert McKenzie’s, The First Thanksgiving. Not only is the book a helpful historical account, it is also instructive on how to think rightly about history. As we prepare to enjoy what we call … Continue reading

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Believer’s Baptism

Our focus this past Sunday was Baptism. Our convictional understanding of the ordinance is that it should be exercised as believer’s baptism as opposed to infant baptism. Below I am offering two excerpts on the Biblical foundations of believer’s baptism. … Continue reading

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Walking Together

Over the last two weeks, we have focused on church discipline. As we have said, there are two types of church discipline; formative discipline and corrective discipline. Formative discipline is the building up of one another in the Word through … Continue reading

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Judge Not

The sermon this past Sunday was on the topic of Church Discipline (Part II this week). In our culture, anytime something like this is discussed the favored term, “judgmental” occurs in the conversation and often accompanied by a reference to … Continue reading

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