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May 26, 2015

How To Go On American Idol Without Becoming One by Keri Seavey

We cannot stop worshippers from worshipping. But we can redirect their gaze to the One who is truly worthy of worship.

May 25, 2015

How the Gospel Establishes the Law by Staff

"Sooner might fire be without heat, and a solid body be without weight, than a true faith of the gospel be without evangelical holiness."

May 25, 2015

Three Rhythms For Family Devotions by Ryan Huguley

We’ve struggled to find the right manner and method. It’s hard work and requires constant attention. But in our house, we’ve found that effective family devotions are made up of three basic rhythms…

May 25, 2015

Preach Like a Church Planter by Peyton Hill

No Sunday church gathering consists of believers alone. Yet, for most pastors of established churches, our tendency is to preach to the same people each week.

May 25, 2015

Joining The Dance of The Trinity by Dustin Rouse

The Father orchestrated the plan of salvation, the Son accomplished it, and the Spirit applies it. So it is in corporate worship.

May 24, 2015

Repentance As A Lifestyle

A Path To Joy

There is an initial act of faith and repentance at the moment of conversion, but, after that, the process of faith and repentance constitutes a daily discipline—the Christian’s lifestyle—and a path to joy thereafter according to Psalm 32.

May 24, 2015

Giving God What God Gave You by Steven Thompson

All who have accepted the call to salvation in Christ can offer Him the gifts He gave us, however and wherever He calls us to use them. 

May 23, 2015

The Adversary of Worry by Tish Hedger

We must allow God’s promises to establish an unshakeable trust in him, which forges the way for peace.

May 23, 2015

How To Repair A Plane in Mid-Air

Making Major Changes While Church Planting

The best place to repair an airplane is on the ground. This minimizes moving parts, leaves less room for error, and removes the almost certain fatal result if the repair goes wrong. But mission never stops and in the real world this is often not an option.