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A Beautiful Reminder in Song

This would have been a better post for Music Monday, but here it is anyway.

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The Word: Romans 5:1-11

Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.  Through him we have also obtained access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice in hope of the glory of God. … Continue reading

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How to Find God’s Will for Your Life God’s Way

The subject of God’s will and specifically how to know God’s will for your life is something that confuses many people. There’s also some really terrible teaching out there about how to find it, so when the interim pastor at … Continue reading

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Facing Suffering – 1 Peter 4

Yesterday, an elder in my church preached from 1 Peter 4 and I benefited so much from it, I wanted to share the passage with all of you today. There’s a lot to unpack in here about how to be prepared to … Continue reading

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William Carey and thoughts about joy

Originally posted on A Twisted Crown of Thorns ®:
William Carey, the father of modern world missions, was born into a poor family in Northampton, England in 1761. He had no formal education but taught himself to read and write and…

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Christians and Karma

Obviously Karma, an eastern religious concept, isn’t a philosophy Christians should adopt. Yet, how often do Christians act as if they do? Pastor Tullian Tchividjian thinks Christians often adopt a moralism that isn’t Christian at all, and is a whole … Continue reading

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