Consumers of a Christian-flavored-life

Tuesday is for Preaching The church in America is sick. She has buildings and schools and Bible Colleges and Seminaries. Dozens of parachurch organizations exist to help her accomplish her mission, magazines and books continue to pour forth from her publishers. Whole new genres have developed from Christian novels to Christian music, Christian Comedy, Christian … More Consumers of a Christian-flavored-life

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Training Better Preachers; Growing Better Christians; Thinking Better Doctrine; Loving Neighbors Better

Weekend Links Enjoy your weekend, but make it count for eternity. Training Better Preachers Seven Questions to Ask of Your Message Every Week Better Thinking About Reaching Your Neighbors 10 Questions Your Neighbors are Not Asking About Your Church (Perry Noble) Romancing Your Neighborhood (Michael Frost–Exponential Conference Audio) Growing Better Christians Three Book Reviews from … More Training Better Preachers; Growing Better Christians; Thinking Better Doctrine; Loving Neighbors Better

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The Key to Godliness

Tozer’s Corner “Prayer – secret, fervent, believing prayer – lies at the root of all personal godliness.”  William Carey Let’s pray together for our growth in personal holiness. And as we pray, let’s be guided by these words from the apostle Paul and A.W. Tozer. But as we have been approved by God to be … More The Key to Godliness

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Embracing Imperfection; Presidential election choices; Church Cannibalism; Dangerous Atheism; John Adams; Ross Douthat; and much more

Weekend Links An eventful week, painful for the whole country. Here are some links to issues that the church needs to wrestle with all the more as we see the effects of sin and rejection of the gospel in the stories coming out of Colorado this week. Keep those families effected in your prayers and … More Embracing Imperfection; Presidential election choices; Church Cannibalism; Dangerous Atheism; John Adams; Ross Douthat; and much more

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“We are Addicted to Ourselves” (John Perkins)

Wednesday is for Prayer I heard an arresting phrase from Dr. John Perkins yesterday. “We,” said the old warrior for the faith, “are addicted to ourselves.” Isn’t this what Jesus was addressing when he told us that his disciples must live a completely different life? Matthew 16:24-25 (ESV) 24 Then Jesus told his disciples, “If … More “We are Addicted to Ourselves” (John Perkins)

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