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Mar 19

How Not to Read the Parables by Jared C. Wilson

The parables Jesus tells in the four Gospels are peculiar kinds of stories that too many readers read very wrongly.

Mar 19

Links For The Church (3/19) by Staff

This week's links include resources on advocating for others, unmarried Christians, parenting and pastoring, and staying long in a church. 

Mar 19

Spiritual Help For People Who Lack Self-Awareness by Cole Deike

The human spirit, to be healthy as God intended it to be, cannot veg-out inside our bodies with its feet kicked up. 

Mar 18

You Are Loved Like Jesus by Charles Spurgeon

As the Father loves the Son, in the same manner Jesus loves his people.

Mar 16

Blogging For God's Glory by Benjamin Vrbicek

There is a certain quality Christians should strive for as we represent God to the world.

Mar 16

Crafting Expository Sermons by H.B. Charles, Jr.

True expository preaching strives to be faithful to the text and clear in the presentation. 

Mar 15

Meditating on Scripture

The What, How, and Why

Meditation doesn't mean humming in a monotone tone in an effort to completely clear your mind so the universe can come rushing in. It means filling your mind with Scripture and turning it over in your mind again and again.

Mar 15

Trials, Our Blessed Chauffeurs by Erik Raymond

Trials can be surprising ministers, serving us by showing our insufficiency and escorting us to our all-sufficient God.

Mar 15

All Men Need a Band of Gospel Brothers by David Prince

Men today are often drowning is superficial relationships, but do not possesses any genuinely accountable gut-level friendships.

Mar 14

The Big Brother In Us by C. J. Moore

If you opt out of being vulnerable with your sin and prefer instead to convey a sense of perfection with your life, there’s likely a legalistic spirit that needs to be killed.