Monthly Archives: May 2014

Why I Love Theatre

Plays are stories incarnate. They put flesh on our ideas, our values, our struggles. They can teach us to rejoice, that can lead us to repent. And, by God’s grace, they can help us become better human beings. Continue reading

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Savior and Lord

We cannot take Jesus a la carte – picking and choosing what we think we like and need from Him and leaving the rest behind. We are not given that choice. He will be Savior and Lord to you, or He will be nothing to you at all. Continue reading

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Bible Exam

A 100 Question Bible Content Exam Continue reading

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The Power of Words

We have the Word of God, we don’t need to empty ourselves to find what God is saying to us within. Continue reading

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Shameless Podcast Promotion

I’ve recently started listening to Reformed Pubcast – a lively, hilarious discussion of Reformed Theology, Home-Brew Beer, pop-culture, and just about everything else under the sun.  The tag for the show is: “The theology of Calvin, the thirst of Luther.” … Continue reading

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Walk Worthy of the Gospel

Immorality has no place within the Christian life, but a heightened sense of morality is not what makes you a Christian. The offer of grace does not negate the call to holiness; the offer of grace is the only way true holiness is even possible. Continue reading

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