Tag Archives: Justin Taylor

An Evangelistic Tool

Below is a brief video that Justin Taylor posted on his blog today. It is an evangelism tool that offers a quick and helpful summary of the Gospel. Perhaps this would be a helpful tool for some of you to … Continue reading

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Daily Rhythms

In his recent book, You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit, James K.A. Smith argues that we think of our daily routines as “’things we do’ and might not recognize that they’re doing something to us” (pg. … Continue reading

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“The Theology of Singleness”

I came across the video below this morning, and in light of the sermon yesterday I thought it would be helpful. Tim Keller gives a 30 minute sermon on “The Theology of Singleness.” (Also, his quick explanation of the “already … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading on Suffering

In 2010, I preached a topical sermon series on suffering. The feedback I received from the congregation helped me realize how much biblical teaching on this subject is truly needed. Every year since, I have committed to preach at least … Continue reading

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Reading for Easter

Here are some reading recommendations for the Easter season. (Also see last year’s list.) Lifted: Experiencing the Resurrection Life by Sam Allberry (Available at the church book table) Salvation by Crucifixion by Phil Ryken (Available at the church book table) … Continue reading

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Thought-provoking Thoughts on Thanksgiving

Yesterday on his blog, Justin Taylor shared several thoughts from G.K. Chesterton on thankfulness and gratitude. I would encourage you to give each one a contemplative read. Here are two for starters: “The aim of life is appreciation; there is … Continue reading

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Viewing Christmas through Two Different Lenses

Tony Reinke, author of Lit! A Christian Guide to Reading Books, has an interesting blog post entitled The Meaning of Christmas: Comparing Dickens and Handel. Justin Taylor, doing what he does best, has summarized it for everyone hitting the high points. … Continue reading

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