Celebrating the Joy of Christ in the Life of the Church

The video is from an Anglican Church in Lisburn, Ireland. It celebrates the joy of community in the life of the church to the tune of Rend Collective’s MY LIGHTHOUSE. Enjoy. Rejoice. Let the contagion spread. And here is a link to the article that discusses why this has gone viral. What do you think?  … More Celebrating the Joy of Christ in the Life of the Church

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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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Why Pray this Way?

Saturday Afternoon Musings The garden is fenced in and ready for planting. The front driveway is edged and looking crisp. The compost pile is heating up and in the raised bed “greenhouse” the lettuce, spinach, onions, beets have all broken the surface while the carrots are still stalling their appearance. So after tending the garden it was … More Why Pray this Way?

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Things We Do that Prevent People from Hearing the Gospel

Wednesday is for Prayer and Reflection I ran across a brilliant article from an Jamie Dunlop, associate of Mark Dever and Capital Hill Baptist Church. Jamie and Mark have recently co-authored a book, The Compelling Community: Where God’s Power Makes a Church Attractive. The  article was titled, “3 Ways We Prevent the Gospel from Making Our Churches … More Things We Do that Prevent People from Hearing the Gospel

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Why Blog When You Can Vomit on Facebook?

Monday is for Discussion Some time back someone asked me why I blog when I could reach a larger audience simply by building up my Facebook™ presence? My answer was to question two things: The assumption that a large audience in Facebook is necessarily better. The assumption that significant discussion on complicated issues is best … More Why Blog When You Can Vomit on Facebook?

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