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Jun 17

Matrimony and the Mind: The Need for Husband-Theologians by Ronni Kurtz

We should not be mistaken, a man who has all of his theological ducks in a row is not guaranteed to be a gifted husband. 

Jun 17

Links For The Church (6/17) by Staff

This week's links include resources on biblical truth, the missionary and insufficiency, loving your spouse, and when someone backslides.

Jun 14

Envy and the Seminarian by Sam Parkison

All the “humble brags” on social media have a green shade if you look closely enough. 

Jun 14

Five Ways Congregational Worship Shapes Us by Taylor Cain

Though we should seek Him in our closets or a quiet place during the week, he has commanded us to gather together as the church on Sunday morning. 

Jun 13

Liturgy for Life: The Rhythms That Shape Us by Morgan Byrd

If Christians are shaped by the form of corporate worship, then they will also be shaped by the rhythms of their daily life as a part of the community of God.  

Jun 13

Toward a Trinitarian Ecclesiology by Matt Capps

In the doctrine of the Trinity, the church is given a pattern for unity and participation in mission.

Jun 13

5 Rules for Sermon Illustrations by Jason K. Allen

Always seek to feed your people, do not settle for unhelpful—or even less helpful— diversions.

Jun 12

The Danger of Roadblocks along the Avenue of Grace by Samuel Stephens

The ministry of reconciliation continually provides a clear, unobstructed avenue to grace to all of those who need to hear the gospel, which includes all of us!

Jun 12

The Greatest Gift to Your Pastor by Ryan Vinten

Like any good pastor, it vexed and frustrated him to see God’s sheep led astray on something so vital and yet so simple.

Jun 11

Breaking the Power of Shame by John Beeson

Ashamed friend: look to the shamed one on the cross and know his shame was for you. His shame was so that you might not be ashamed, that his welcome would overcome the world’s rejection.