Tag Archives: Discipleship

That They May Know

Brett McCracken on the beauty of unity within the church: A unified church is one of the strongest evidences of the truth of the gospel. This is especially true in a world as fragmented and divisive as ours, where countercultural … Continue reading

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We Need One Another

On Sunday, Lord willing, we will celebrate the sixth anniversary of Redeemer Fellowship Church. As I reflect on the Lord’s goodness to our church, I am reminded how much we all need the church. God’s plan is not for us … Continue reading

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Bless Us For Your Namesake

This past Sunday the sermon was from Psalm 67. The Psalm is a prayer asking the Lord to bless Israel for the purpose of making Him known to all the earth, and this toward the end of the nations praising … Continue reading

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Selflessness

I was reflecting on the Book of Ruth this past week and doing some reading in various commentaries when something stood out that hadn’t before. What really stood out is Boaz’s selflessness. At Naomi’s direction, Ruth approaches Boaz and asks … Continue reading

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Daily Gospel Living

“Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving.” –Col. 2:6-7  Let me offer a few notes on … Continue reading

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Parenting to God’s Glory

During the sermon yesterday I referenced Luke 1:38 and attempted to make some application. That verse records Mary’s response to the Angel when she was delivered the news that she would carry the Messiah as a young betrothed virgin. She … Continue reading

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Summer Reading 2017

With Summer fast approaching, I hope you are planning to do some extra reading. If so, let me make a few recommendations. Grab one of these books and read it with a fellow church member. Devoted to God by Sinclair … Continue reading

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“A Good Contest”

As we have concluded our study of 1 Corinthians 13 and have been reminded of the call for us to love one another, I am reminded of the following from Puritan Richard Sibbes. It would be a good contest amongst … Continue reading

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Loving Practices

As we have been studying through 1 Corinthians 13 together, our prayer has been: “May the Lord make us increase and abound in love for one another and for all” (1 Thess. 3:12). I want to offer some suggested practices … Continue reading

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Love is Patient

“Love is patient and kind;” -1 Cor. 13:4a Pastor Jess preached an excellent sermon on the patience and kindness of love this past Sunday. He rightly pointed us to Christ who displayed these characteristics of love in His life and … Continue reading

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