Tag Archives: Vocation

Working for the King

During the sermon on Sunday, I mentioned a helpful principle from Sebastian Traeger and Greg Gilbert’s book, The Gospel At Work. They say: Who you work for is more important than what you do. (pg. 14) This is the memorable … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of Vocation Pt. II

During the Reformation there was a resurgence of the Doctrine of Vocation. Martin Luther was one of the leading advocates of the doctrine. In Luther’s day the general consensus was that the only truly spiritual (and noble) work was religious … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of Vocation

On Sunday during the sermon, I briefly commented that a solid grasp on the Doctrine of Vocation would serve every Christian well as they seek to live faithfully in society while honoring God in the process. Well, if that is … Continue reading

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Glorious Motherhood

Gene Veith says, “motherhood is a sign of the gospel.” I agree. Veith continued his thought saying, that motherhood gives us a picture of the gospel because, “mothers suffer and sacrifice themselves to create and sustain new life.” I want … Continue reading

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Loving Your Neighbor (Family)

From the start at Redeemer you have heard me talk about being disciples and making disciples; there is a difference and both are vital. Making disciples is the primary task of the church. This is the work of evangelism and … Continue reading

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