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Pray, Fast, Engage

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On Praying, Fasting, and Engaging June 1, 2020 The events of the past week have left many people hurting, confused, angry, sad. And these are all legitimate reactions to sin as it spills out in its many forms. As I've reflected how to navigate all of this I've identified a few actions that I can take to respond well to this and thus fulfill my calling as a disciple of ...

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Is God Punishing Me?

The description of this destruction in Hosea is tough to read and brings present day realities to mind, even for disciples of Jesus on this side of the cross. The question that comes to mind is as follows: Through what sort of lens are we to view these acts of punishment?...

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The Good Portion Manuscript

On August 16th, I was honored to preach on the topic of silence and solitude as a discipline for growth in godliness. Unfortunately there were issues with our recording and no audio was captured. Do to a few requests to read through the message on Luke 10:38-42, you may download a PDF of the manuscript here. ...

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My One Comfort

The Heidelberg Catechism, written in 1563, was designed, as all catechisms, as a teaching tool. Usually arranged as a series of questions and answers, catechisms help build unity around the basic beliefs or tenants of the faith. While there are a number of good, solid, Bilical and theologically rich confessions and catechisms** -- Heidelberg opens with a gem of a question ...

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Sorrowful Yet Always Rejoicing

It happened again today. I received an email from friends who, through tears, were telling me that the baby they were expecting had stopped developing and that she (the mom) should expect to miscarry within the next week or so. I thought of them, and their other young kids, and prayed that they would all keenly know the nearness of Jesus and the strong and tender grip of ...

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