The Challenge to Christians in every Generation: Where’s the Love?

Where’s the Love? The following article is from Kairos Journal and fits perfectly with my message to Trinity Church from last week. Let’s pray for one another that love would be the dominate mark of our faith. And Trinity people—pray that for yoru pastor too. 4 Yet I hold this against you: You have forsaken … More The Challenge to Christians in every Generation: Where’s the Love?

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John Piper on Why We Should Care about the Issues Surrounding Ferguson, MO

It is a  BLOOD-OF-JESUS  Issue As a pastor committed to racial-reconciliation, justice, compassion, the cross of Christ and the gospel, it is CRAZY that the title of this post is even necessary. Unfortunately, such is the state of thinking about the gospel in the American church. There is a “hole in our gospel” as one writer has … More John Piper on Why We Should Care about the Issues Surrounding Ferguson, MO

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Seven Principles of Compassion from Marvin Olasky

Monday Musing I am busy editing a book today and have no time to write something new. So here is a great article by Marvin Olasky that I found some time ago at Kairos Journal and was waiting for an opportunity to pass on. Today is the day! Enjoy working out your compassionate expression of the … More Seven Principles of Compassion from Marvin Olasky

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What is a Christian? How Should He View Himself and His Mission?

Monday Discussion How do you think about yourself and your life as a Christian? Who are you in Christ? What is a biblical way of thinking about the answer to those questions that can transform your spiritual life? Some more questions What is the self identity of the Christian? How is the believer to view … More What is a Christian? How Should He View Himself and His Mission?

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That Christ and the Gospel, Not Elections, Would Be the Center of Our Joy

Revised and Re-posted It’s time to begin to think about mid-term elections and this came up on my random post generator. It’s a post I did after the election and not inappropriate to remember the whole year. Now would also be a good time to buy and read or buy and give or recommend my … More That Christ and the Gospel, Not Elections, Would Be the Center of Our Joy

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