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Sep 18

Subduing and Being Subdued by Cale Fauver

This is fight of the Christian life: subduing what once subdued us. And, by God's grace, we will accomplish this task by his word and power.

Sep 18

You Need To Lead Your Home Before You Can Lead a Church by Dave Harvey

The home is a microcosm of the church. If a man can’t lead his home effectively, how will he lead a church?

Sep 17

5 Better Ways to "Argue" About Social Justice

. . . Or Anything Else Online

I'm not convinced this thing can be settled online at all. But it's effecting real life relationships and it's effecting local churches, so the least we can do is start thinking and rethinking in terms of our online discourse.

Sep 17

God Delights in the Gospel by Skylar Spradlin

The proof of God’s delight in saving sinners is the investment of His Son on the cross for our redemption even when we had nothing to offer Him.

Sep 17

Links For The Church (9/16) by Staff

This week's links include resources on speaking with non-Christians, no excuses for bad sermons, parenting daughters, and fighting the good fight. 

Sep 16

Partakers of the Divine Nature by Charles Spurgeon

Oh! marvellous mystery! we look into it, but who shall understand it?

Sep 14

It’s Not Enough to Have Your Sins Forgiven

Why the Imputation of Christ’s Righteousness Is Essential

Justification is not only the non-imputation of sin but the imputation of righteousness. 

Sep 14

Reflections on Josiah's Life and Legacy by Adam McClendon

As I think of Josiah, I am challenged by his humility and sensitivity to God’s Word.

Sep 13

Why Every Christian Should Read Mere Christianity by Jason G. Duesing

Every Christian should read this old book, at the very least, to grow in the knowledge and enjoyment of the timeless One to whom it directs their thoughts.

Sep 13

On the Road to Emmaus

A Fictional First-Person Retelling

A fictitious first-person narrative imagining what it was like for the disciples on the road to Emmaus.