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Oct 4, 2015

Are the New Testament Condemnations of Homosexuality Simply References to Temple Prostitution? by Staff

You have likely heard the arguments, becoming more and more common among progressive Christians and others seeking to make same-sex romantic relationships compatible with the orthodox faith. It goes something like this: "Paul and the other NT writers were not condemning committed, consensual, monogamous homosexual relationships." Have we had it wrong for so long?

Oct 3, 2015

When Can A Child Respond to the Gospel? by Robert Matz

While the Bible does not provide a fully-developed treatment of child-development, a careful study of the Old Testament reveals several presuppositions about the nature of children which can be applied to questions regarding their readiness for the Gospel.

Oct 3, 2015

What The Dark Side Can Teach Us by Reid Monaghan

Though we might rather just have a happy, coffee cup verse of the day, God in his wisdom only gives such hope and encouragement in the context of our fallen reality.

Oct 3, 2015

Are You Prepared For Persecution? by Casey Lewis

Christian persecution is not something new.

Oct 2, 2015

Encouragements for Pastors by Jared Sparks

When we understand the Gospel, we are secure with being who God calls us to be. Our identity is never going to be found in the shadows or footsteps of other preachers.

Jun 15, 2015

One Thing: Frank Page

What is the one thing that the younger generation of pastors ought to know?

by Staff

Series: One Thing

What is the one thing that the younger generation of pastors ought to know?

Oct 2, 2015

Sharing at the Expense of Learning by Mason King

There is a difference between sharing and learning. Don’t confuse the two, thinking you have learned what you have shared.

Oct 1, 2015

5 Steps of Repentance by Joel Lindsey

The importance of repentance is hard to overstate.

Oct 1, 2015

3 Priorities of Pastoral Ministry by Nathan Rose

As a pastor, I am constantly faced with deciding between what is urgent and what is important. Too often, they are not the same. So what guides me in making daily decisions? How do I plan out my week to ensure I am not sacrificing the most important tasks for the urgent ones?

Oct 1, 2015

Letters to a New Believer, Part Five

Know What To Look For in a Church

After the service, we asked one of the pastors, "Does this happen every Sunday?"