Monthly Archives: October 2016

Reformation Snapshot

As we are on the heels of Reformation Day, it seems to me a Reformation snapshot is in order. Let’s look at a forerunner of the Reformation, Jan Hus (1372-1415). Hus was priest and rector of Bethlehem Chapel in Prague, … Continue reading

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Discipleship and Loving the Church

In continuation of the theme of recent posts on loving the church, today I want us to be reminded that love fuels discipleship. Discipleship, or helping one another follow Jesus, takes time and requires sacrifice. If we are going to … Continue reading

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Love the Church

In last week’s post, I emphasized the importance of loving the church, our brothers and sisters in Christ. This week I want to drill down a little further into what that looks like. Practicing hospitality is one way we tangibly … Continue reading

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You Love Jesus, But Not The Church?

“As for the saints in the land, they are the excellent ones, in whom is all my delight.” –Psalm 16:3 A couple of weeks ago during the sermon on Psalm 16 I quoted from Dale Davis’s commentary on this verse. … Continue reading

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