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Should We Take Communion Virtually? by Drake Osborn

This is a community meal, signified by the corporate nature of the covenant that we are remembering and taking part in.

Mar 27

Biblical Principles for Ethnic Harmony by H.B. Charles, Jr.

Racism refuses to acknowledge the equality and dignity or your neighbor, much less love them as you love yourself. 

Mar 27

Clint Pressley On Leading Big Change by Clint Pressley

Series: Conversations

How do you lead big change in a church without blowing it up?

Mar 26

5 Reasons Being Disappointed With Your Pastor Could Be a Good Thing by Justin Jackson

Disappointment with your pastor, with other believers, or with your church should send you to your knees in prayer, not out the door with a dramatic show of indignation.

Mar 26

Everyday Evangelism: The Importance of Faithful Laymen by Cale Fauver

Some practical ways to help open the door to talking about the most glorious news that heaven itself sings about.

Mar 26

Don Whitney on Family Devotions by Staff

Series: Conversations

How do you encourage a young family struggling with family devotions?

Mar 25

Power Over Life and Death: An Encouragement from the Old Testament in the Age of Coronavirus by Lance Higginbotham

We are not created to die, so reminders of human frailty do not come easily to most of us. 

Mar 25

Recovering The Lost Art Of Encouragement by Scott Sauls

When a friend is caught in addiction or destructive behavior, the loving thing to do is to help them out of it through intervention.

Mar 25

Did We in Our Own Strength Confide?

Martin Luther & Our Everlasting Hope

Our hope awaits an eternal consummation, but we minister with buoyancy and confidence even now. 

Mar 24

Life Together for a Church Apart: Lessons from Bonhoeffer for COVID-19. by Marshall Griffin

What if God used this time to bond us closer together than ever in his Spirit, the true foundation of our unity?

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