Monthly Archives: May 2016

“The End of the Matter”

As we conclude our study of Ecclesiastes, consider this final reflection on the last verses of chapter twelve from Douglas Sean O’Donnell. He wrote: Ecclesiastes compares the words of the wise to “nails firmly fixed” (12:11). With that image, I … Continue reading

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Discipleship and the Long View

Discipleship can be difficult in an age that is not only results-driven, but craves instant results. In general, we are a people who are obsessed with convenience and efficiency. Therefore, when it comes to discipleship we have to take the … Continue reading

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“Engaged Alienation”

Russell Moore’s book, Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel, will be available on the book table this week. Each day it seems to become increasingly more difficult to navigate our cultural waters with gospel faithfulness and convictional kindness. … Continue reading

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Ascension Day

Today, the 39th day after Resurrection Sunday, is Ascension Day. Every aspect of Christ’s work (His birth, life, death, resurrection, ascension, session, and return) is necessary for our salvation. I hope the following quotes offer both “light and heat” as … Continue reading

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