Doctrine Matters

If we mention the word doctrine to people, the first idea that pops into their head is probably one of buttoned-down academics whiling away the hours of the day and night in aged, dusty, seminary libraries. Doctrine is often conceived of as the milieu of theologians and seminary...
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The Word of God is Profitable

The early Protestant reformer John Huss was a man who believed the Scriptures to be the infallible and supreme authority in all matters. He was burned at the stake for that belief in Constance, Germany, in 1415, on his forty-second birthday. As he refused a final plea to renounce...
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Walking with Integrity

One of the chief arguments of the New Testament is that followers of Jesus are to be people of integrity. They are to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. Followers of Jesus are to display the same actions and attitudes in public that they do in the pew. The dictionary defines...
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Kingdom Builders

It was the British author G.K. Chesterton who once said, “The Bible tells us to love our neighbors, and also to love our enemies; probably because they are generally the same people.” If you have lived very long at all you have come to realize that Chesterton’s words are right on...
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True Freedom

As we come together this holiday weekend to celebrate the freedoms we enjoy as a nation, and as individuals, we would do well to remember that despite the disagreements that exist between us, we live in the freest country on earth. We enjoy the freedom to speak our minds, to...
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Back to the Basics

A Gallup poll was recently published showing that for the first time since Gallup began measuring, less than fifty percent of Americans claim membership in a Christian church. According to Gallup, while 76% of Americans believe in “God,” only 47% of them attend a local church....
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A Gospel Perspective

It seems that everybody in the world today has an opinion about how the rest of the world should live and operate, particularly in America where every individual is viewed as determiner of his or her own destiny. These opinions are often filtered through the lenses of race,...
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A Blessed Hope

A Blessed Hope One of the most dangerous issues confronting people today is the lack of hope that pervades our society and culture. There is a growing segment of society that lacks an expectation that things will eventually get better. Consider this, we live in the greatest...
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A New Paradigm

A New Paradigm In light of the recent Easter celebration, many ask, “How does the resurrection of Jesus impact my life?” The answer is that for those of us who have placed our faith and trust in Christ’s atoning sacrifice, the resurrection resulted in a new paradigm in which we...
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Because He Lives

This Sunday, April 4th, is Easter Sunday, celebrated by Christians the world over in recognition of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. While the coming of Christ into the world celebrated at Christmas redefined world history as we know it, it is in fact the resurrection that...
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Doctrine Matters

If we mention the word doctrine to people, the first idea that pops into their head is probably one of buttoned-down academics whiling away the hours of the day and night in aged, dusty, seminary libraries. Doctrine is often conceived of as the milieu of theologians and seminary...
Read More →

The Word of God is Profitable

The early Protestant reformer John Huss was a man who believed the Scriptures to be the infallible and supreme authority in all matters. He was burned at the stake for that belief in Constance, Germany, in 1415, on his forty-second birthday. As he refused a final plea to renounce...
Read More →

Walking with Integrity

One of the chief arguments of the New Testament is that followers of Jesus are to be people of integrity. They are to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. Followers of Jesus are to display the same actions and attitudes in public that they do in the pew. The dictionary defines...
Read More →

Kingdom Builders

It was the British author G.K. Chesterton who once said, “The Bible tells us to love our neighbors, and also to love our enemies; probably because they are generally the same people.” If you have lived very long at all you have come to realize that Chesterton’s words are right on...
Read More →

True Freedom

As we come together this holiday weekend to celebrate the freedoms we enjoy as a nation, and as individuals, we would do well to remember that despite the disagreements that exist between us, we live in the freest country on earth. We enjoy the freedom to speak our minds, to...
Read More →

Back to the Basics

A Gallup poll was recently published showing that for the first time since Gallup began measuring, less than fifty percent of Americans claim membership in a Christian church. According to Gallup, while 76% of Americans believe in “God,” only 47% of them attend a local church....
Read More →

A Gospel Perspective

It seems that everybody in the world today has an opinion about how the rest of the world should live and operate, particularly in America where every individual is viewed as determiner of his or her own destiny. These opinions are often filtered through the lenses of race,...
Read More →

A Blessed Hope

A Blessed Hope One of the most dangerous issues confronting people today is the lack of hope that pervades our society and culture. There is a growing segment of society that lacks an expectation that things will eventually get better. Consider this, we live in the greatest...
Read More →

A New Paradigm

A New Paradigm In light of the recent Easter celebration, many ask, “How does the resurrection of Jesus impact my life?” The answer is that for those of us who have placed our faith and trust in Christ’s atoning sacrifice, the resurrection resulted in a new paradigm in which we...
Read More →

Because He Lives

This Sunday, April 4th, is Easter Sunday, celebrated by Christians the world over in recognition of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. While the coming of Christ into the world celebrated at Christmas redefined world history as we know it, it is in fact the resurrection that...
Read More →