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Apr 27, 2015

X Marks What Spot? by Reid Monaghan

"What X marks the spot for me?"

Apr 27, 2015

See How Rich Believers Are! by Staff

"As long as Christ hath it, believers shall not want."

Apr 27, 2015

Your Money is No Good Here by Jared C. Wilson

The deal is all of Christ for all your nothing.

Apr 27, 2015

When I Look at the Cross by Staff

"Would I know the fullness and completeness of the salvation God has provided for sinners? Where shall I see it most distinctly?"

Apr 27, 2015

Luther On When Loss Isn't Loss by Staff

"If you will not let me live, then I will die."

Apr 27, 2015

Expositional Preaching: Good Stuff vs. God Stuff by Andrew Hebert

Expositional preaching benefits the church because it elevates the Word of God and minimizes the opinions of the preacher.

Apr 27, 2015

Leave Everything and Go Wherever by Casey Lewis

While God certainly asks missionaries to pick up their life, leave everything, and go wherever, His call on His disciple's lives doesn't end there.

Apr 27, 2015

What Should My Church Sing?

Part 1: He Will Hold Me Fast

We want to encourage churches to sing songs that are theologically rich and coherent, gospel-centered, hope-instilling, and singable. Far too often we don’t know where to look for these songs. “What Should My Church Sing?” is a series of posts that will aim to grow your churches hymnody by pointing you to songs that we think your church should sing.

Apr 27, 2015

Brothers, We Are Not Brands by Keith Collier

I don’t think most Christians have a calculated, self-conscious plan to build their brands. At first blush, we recoil at the thought of pride and self-promotion. But the incipient nature of pride works its way into our thoughts and actions quietly. What we think are noble aspirations to build his kingdom can sometimes be tainted with a desire to build ourselves up. It’s a vice we must all fight.

Apr 27, 2015

God's People Need a Pastor, Not Just a Preacher

Four Practical Ways to Faithfully Shepherd Your People

People come weary and broken into the doors of church on Sunday. They need to hear a word from the Lord. Yes, they often need to be challenged, stretched, exhorted, and rebuked. But if all they ever hear is that they don’t love Jesus enough, aren’t making disciples fast enough and with enough urgency, aren’t praying enough and are sinning too much—if this is all the people hear every single…