Monthly Archives: April 2016

Daily Rhythms

In his recent book, You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit, James K.A. Smith argues that we think of our daily routines as “’things we do’ and might not recognize that they’re doing something to us” (pg. … Continue reading

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“Jesus Paid It All”

Let the late Pastor Ward help you preach the gospel to yourself. Listen and be encouraged: “My sin, oh, the bliss of this glorious thought! My sin, not in part but the whole, Is nailed to the cross, and I … Continue reading

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Not My Own

Charles Spurgeon wrote: For myself, I love to live near a sinner’s Saviour. If my standing before the Lord depended upon what I am in myself and what good works and righteousness I could bring, surely I should have to … Continue reading

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Pray For Your Church

Church members should pray for the church. We would be hard-pressed to find a Christian who would disagree with that statement. When it comes to praying for our Church family, many of our prayers probably focus on the specific needs … Continue reading

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Sanctification as Group Work

Timothy Lane and Paul Trip in their book, How People Change, emphasize the importance of Biblical community in the process of sanctification. They ask; “What are some common obstacles that hinder redemptive relationships from developing in our lives?” They then … Continue reading

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