Monthly Archives: July 2016

“My Song is Love Unknown”

Occasionally, I post Hymns here for the purpose of reflection and edification. I have benefited greatly over the years reflecting on hymns that saints of today and yesteryear have penned. I hope the hymn below brings encouragement to your soul. … Continue reading

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Civility

One point of application from the sermon this past Sunday was on gospel-consistency in our speech. Are we gospel-consistent in our speech with our brothers and sisters in the church? Are we gospel-consistent in our speech with our neighbors outside … Continue reading

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Challenge and Sharpen

In the post last week, I stated that we need to engage in helpful conversations with others offering thoughtful contributions to the dialogue. We need to think well about race and racial reconciliation. I hope the following will challenge some … Continue reading

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Heartbreak and Hope

I have decided to post an e-mail I sent to our church family last night. Below I have added some links to helpful articles from others. Redeemer Family, I am extremely burdened tonight. I have contemplated a blog post but … Continue reading

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Summer Reading

During the summer months I usually try to change up my reading plan in an effort to read outside of my typical scope. This summer I am reading on politics and Christian engagement in the public square. If you are … Continue reading

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Abortion Ruling

On Monday, The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled on what Joe Carter called; “one of the most significant rulings on abortion in decades.” In the wake of the Kermit Gosnell scandal, the State of Texas passed a … Continue reading

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