Here is an interesting read. While some of the numbers I cannot relate to, most of them I can.
Please pray for the families of those who died and are injured as a result of yesterday's tornado. This is the deadliest tornado in the U.S. in over 60 years. We know and trust that God commands the waves and the wind, and while we are left with great questions, we can trust an even … Continue reading Pray for the People of Joplin…
MORALISM VS. CHRIST-CENTERED EXPOSITION by Tim Keller We have said that you must preach the gospel every week–to edify and grow Christians and to convert non-Christians. But if that is the case, you cannot simply ‘instruct in Biblical principles.’ You have to ‘get to Jesus’ every week. For example, look at the story of David … Continue reading MORALISM VS. CHRIST-CENTERED EXPOSITION by Tim Keller
Al Mohler writes a good article on the discovery of pornography on computers owned by Osama Bin Laden... http://www.albertmohler.com/2011/05/16/the-terrorist-and-his-porn-stash/
Below is a quick read of the philosophy of worship at Bethlehem Baptist Church, Minneapolis, MN (John Piper's church). I pray we will be pursuant of a similar philosophy. What Is the Philosophy of Worship that Unites Us? April 01, 1994 | by John Piper | Topic: Corporate Worship God-centeredness: A high priority of the vertical focus of our Sunday morning … Continue reading Philosophy of Worship
In recent weeks the UBC body has been discussing the new proposed church constitution. The discussions have been well-spirited, rather lengthy, and fairly thorough. The revision of our constitution essentially began about two years ago when the glaring absence of an article of "Last Things" (Christ's return) from our Confession of Faith needed to be … Continue reading Baptism as Prerequisite to the Lord’s Supper
This is really, really good. It's good for my soul and my aspirations in preaching. Be blessed...