This past Sunday we finished our sermon series “How Christians ________” where we looked at a number of different topics we experience in our life and looked at what wisdom Scripture and the church can offer in those situations. Every week we had a resource that inspired the sermon (other than Scripture and Jesus). As we close the series we wanted t...Keep Reading
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How Christians Pass On Their Faith, The Long List of Resources...
Being a Parent is Intimidating Enough So How Can I Be the One to Pass On My Faith?...
I’ve been a musician just about all of my life. At the age of six my father bought me a full drum set and required me to take lessons and practice every day, seven days a week for at least 30 minutes. I took lessons for three years and in that time probably never practiced for less than 90 minutes a day. Music was my sanctuary, even at age six. By the time I was ten years old I was playing drums in my older brother’s band on nights their regular drummer couldn’t make it, which was most of the time actually....
Philippians 4:8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. How should Christians engage culture? How should Christians consume different things in culture? This is a question we lo...Keep Reading
This past Sunday in church we looked at whether Scripture could give us any guidance when it came to parenting our children. I for one need guidance when it comes to being a parent. I have felt unprepared and overwhelmed by the task from day one. And in Paul Tripp’s book Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles that Can Radically Change Your Family we found ...Keep Reading
I was in middle school when two students brought guns into Columbine High School and committed mass murder of their students, teachers, peers. I remember coming home from school on the bus, being by myself in the house, and watching the news. I remember what happened consuming my thoughts for weeks to come. I was in high school when a father and his so...Keep Reading