Tag Archives: Westminster Shorter Catechism

If God is Sovereign, why Pray?

Ultimately, prayer, as in every means of grace, brings glory to God, the giver of all grace, even as it blesses the one who prays. Continue reading

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From the Pastor’s Desk

Here are some of the things that have come across my desk this week. The Dangers of Social Media: From Crossway Publishers, Tony Reinke points out 10 Things You Should Know about the Danger of Media. I found #7 particularly … Continue reading

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Apps for the Christian’s Smartphone

Suggested Apps for the Christian Smartphone. Continue reading

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The Joyful Christian

We spend a lot of time talking about and working for the glory of God, but we never stop to connect the dots in that if we are really glorifying God, we will also find great joy in His presence. Any glorying that does not lead to our experience of joy is vanity, and any joy that is not rooted in the glory of God is frivolous. We are intended for joy. Continue reading

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About God

A brief statement on what I believe about God (Triune, Creator and Sovereign over Creation, Gracious, Loving, and Just, Alone worthy of our worship). Please respond here or on my blog with your thoughts. Continue reading

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