Tag Archives: Church

Hopes for General Assembly

As I head to the PCA General Assembly I am wary of the political nature of such gatherings, but also optimistically hopeful about what may come. Here are my prayers for the upcoming assembly. Continue reading

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Defeating Pride by Showing Honor

Pride is really nothing more than a defense against a perceived threat. When we rest secure in the promises of God, then pride serves no purpose, and we can honor God and one another as we are commanded. Continue reading

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With Brotherly Affection

When we address one another, let us remember that we are addressing one for whom Christ died, one in whom the grace of God is working, one in whom the Spirit of God is sanctifying. Continue reading

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Encouraging Your Pastor

Some thoughts on how to encourage those who have been called to serve as your pastor. Continue reading

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Peace in the Church

As a Church living in the power of the Spirit, peace, not warfare should characterize our relationships. Without constant peacemaking efforts, all churches will eventually break apart or live in perpetual warfare. Continue reading

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A more excellent way…

It is tragic that in many churches, as in the one in ancient Corinth, the love that is basic to Christian character does not characterize the membership or the ministry. – John MacArthur Continue reading

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