Pronounced Guilty, and the Good News of the Gospel

The good news of the Gospel is good because of some really bad news. We have been pronounced guilty before . . . an absolutely good being, an absolutely holy king,  an absolutely righteous judge, an all seeing, all knowing sovereign  who knows every thought and intention of our hearts, every behavior of our past, every secret … More Pronounced Guilty, and the Good News of the Gospel

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I Just Read a Wonderful History-Correcting Story

  I just ordered the Patrick Kavanaugh book, Spiritual Lives of the Great Composers. I can’t wait to read it. I love biographies and this one promises a collection of them in one place. But what really intrigues me is the “back story” approach to examining the spiritual lives of some of the greatest composers in … More I Just Read a Wonderful History-Correcting Story

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Millennial Sex and the Corruption of Education

The following article is from the most recent release of Kairos Journal. I encourage every thinking Christian to subscribe to Kairos. It is a thoughtful digest of current issues affecting the Church in the 21’s century. The editors of Kairos Journal describe their ministry this way: In our careers and travels, we have witnessed a … More Millennial Sex and the Corruption of Education

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Five Reasons We Sing

I was trying to reign in my anxiety over a professing Christian who seems to be walking in lock step with the world rather than Christ. K-Love was on the radio calling my heart to worship, to trust God, to not despair, to trust in future grace–the grace I will need if this person’s life … More Five Reasons We Sing

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