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"Barabbas and Me"

Barabbas - the guilty who goes free? Barabbas - the sinner released to new life while the death he deserves is paid by an Innocent Substitute?...

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Why is Good Friday Good?

What is good about Good Friday?...

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Excitement for the Needy

The brokenness of our world and the truth of the gospel....

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O, That We Would Prophesy

I'm praying that Christ Redeemer Church will abound with members who "earnestly desire the spiritual gifts, especially that [they] may prophesy" (1Cor.14:1). ...

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Gospel-Centered Church

We want to be a "gospel-centered" church. What does that mean? What does it mean to be "gospel-centered"? ...

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Who's Controlling Your Heart?

"All human desire must be held in submission to a greater purpose, the desires of God for his kingdom."...

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Sustaining Marital Love

"It's the covenant that sustains the love, not the love that sustains the covenant."  Check out this fantastic 5 minute discussion about sustaining the covenant of marital love. It's part of several roundtable discussions between D.A. Carson, John Piper, and Tim Keller of The Gospel Coalition. ...

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Is There Room at the Cross for Christians?

Christ Died For The Sins Of Christians Too -  This is a GREAT article reminding the reader about what the gospel is, and who it's for! There's a helpful (and needed, I think) splash of church history / historical theology to boot. I commend it's reading! A few highlights (boldface mine):  "The whole gospel is outside of us." "This 'ali...

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Pursuing Maturity and its Challenges - Shaping Ministry to Youth, Young Adults, and Their Families,

Finally... the last post in this series. If you haven’t already, please take time to read the previous parts: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. This is the last entry for this series on what we hope will shape our church ministry to young people - roughly 12-18 years old - along with their families. I’ve been sketching t...

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Rejoicing in God’s Design for Manhood and Womanhood - Shaping Ministry to Youth, Young Adults, and T

This is part 8 in this series of posts. If you haven’t already, please take time to read the previous parts: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. As Christians, we hope to engage with the culture around us. While we may be tempted either to indulge in the culture, or, to isolate ourselves from it, we want to avoid those two ditches for the sa...

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