Recently Added Blog Entries

Jun 26, 2015

Finding The Right Church by Jim Elliff

What should you look for in a church?

Jun 26, 2015

Give Us This Day Our Daily News by Jared Musgrove

Let the news be an instigator to get you involved in all that God is doing in this world that belongs—without hype, sensationalism or slant—to Him. 

Jun 26, 2015

9 Truths Nobody Told You About Small Groups by Ben Reed

I don’t know what the hook was that got you “in,” but that won’t be the hook that gets you to stay. Allow me to tell you what nobody else told you when you signed up.

Jun 25, 2015

I Am Satisfied About You by Nick Jones

In our defense of the doctrine of depravity, which is right and necessary, we must not forget the transformative grace of the gospel.

Jun 25, 2015

How Often Should We Celebrate The Lord's Supper? by Peyton Hill

If the gospel is truly of “first importance” (1 Cor 15:3), then what are some ways the church can continue to move the gospel to its proper place of preeminence? Certainly there are more ways than one, but according to the Spirit’s words in 1 Corinthians 11, a great way to reclaim the gospel as the focal point of the church is to recover a regular observance of the Supper.

Jun 25, 2015

Christians and Culture

Truth, Beauty, Goodness, and The Great Commission

If it were true that direct gospel ministry and Bible reading are all that matter, that would mean that we waste most of our lives in the meaningless daily stuff of ordinary living.

Jun 24, 2015

Salvation From The Lord by Jonathan Shradar

Whatever you face today, be it a hard conversation or the good report and everything in between, take your trust in the Lord along.

Jun 24, 2015

Converted to Christ and His Church by Joe Thorn

Evangelism is not only winning someone to Jesus by the grace of God in the preaching of the gospel. It is also winning them to the church by that same grace and gospel.

Jun 24, 2015

Have We Lost Our Sense of Sacredness? by J.A. Medders

Our churches will experience a super-nova of the Spirit when we stop trading personal and meaningful holiness for what is safe in the world’s eyes.