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How do I Feed My Soul in the Hard Books of the Old Testament?

"How can I make the most of my Bible reading in the Old Testament books that seem to have no obvious connection to Christ and don’t seem to have any application to my life?" Listen here....

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Why Hospitality Beats Entertaining

In my self-righteous desire to offer advice, I had confused hospitality with its evil twin, entertaining...read more....

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Are We Missional?

We want to be "missional." Are we? Here are some helpful diagnostic questions from Trevin Wax...

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Missional Mindset

What is a missional mindset?...

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10 Steps in Evangelism

Tim Keller suggests 10 things to consider in everyday evangelism: Let people around you know you are a Christian (in a natural, unforced way) Ask friends about their faith – and just listen! Listen to your friends problems – maybe offer to pray for them Share your problems with others – testify to how your faith helps you Give them a book to read ...

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God Gives Himself

Encouraging excerpt from David Platt's book, Radical, on God's good gift of Himself. “If you then, who are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will the heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him! (Luke 11:13) Why does Luke 11 refer to the Father giving the Holy Spirit? To be honest with you, I used to think, What if I wa...

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Complementarianism for Dummies

The leadership of CRC is "Complementarian," and we try to live and teach and counsel and preach accordingly. What does is it mean to be "complementarian" anyway?  Mary Kassian is one of the people responsible for coining the term. She wrote a helpful primer article on the idea: Complementarianism for Dummies. Read the entire article here. Read some excerpts below:&nb...

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Practical Missional Living

12 Ways To Engage In Practical Missional Living...

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Jesus: Perfect Man

The Word, God-the-Son, the second person of the Trinity became a man around 2000 years ago and took the name, "Jesus." Why did he become a man? There are several ways to answer, and lots(!) of implications for the fact. Hebrews 2:14 answers: "[Jesus] himself likewise partook of the same things [namely, flesh and blood] that through death he might destroy the one who has t...

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No, Mormons Are Not Christians

Are Mormons Christians? No. Here's some helpful clarification - ...

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