Monthly Archives: November 2018

Talk to Yourself

During the sermon on Psalm 42 this past Sunday, I made mention of Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ comments on the importance of Christians talking to themselves as opposed to only listening to themselves. I thought it would be helpful to offer his … Continue reading

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Christmas Reading

It has been several years since I have recommended some good books to focus your mind and stir your heart during the Christmas season. Here are two helpful books I’d highly recommend: Hidden Christmas by Tim Keller Child in the … Continue reading

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Overview of the Psalms

This Fall we have been going through some selected Psalms in our sermons together. Here is a helpful video from The Bible Project that offers a quick big picture overview of the entire book.

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Maturity In Christ

This week I have been reading Darryl Dash’s helpful book, How to Grow: Applying the Gospel to All of Your Life. I found Dash’s thoughts about maturity in Christ to be helpful, challenging, and encouraging. As a church, we have … Continue reading

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Go

We Go with the Gospel. In this final post of the series, we will look in more detail at the Go of Gather Grow Go. For an overview, see the first post in this series. As we have been diving … Continue reading

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