Monthly Archives: January 2014

What you do on a Sunday evening

I rarely copy and paste wholesale articles, but this latest one from Tim Challies (Challies.com) hits far too close to home. In fact, I dare say it’s a timely reminder of the priority of gathered worship, and our tendency to … Continue reading

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Advice from an Old Farmer

Advice from an Old Farmer Your fences need to be horse-high, pig-tight and bull-strong. Keep skunks and bankers at a distance. Life is simpler when you plow around the stump. A bumble bee is considerably faster than a John Deere … Continue reading

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Useless or Not Used

The question the doubter does not ask is whether faith was really useless or simply not used. What would you think of a boy who gave up learning to ride a bicycle, complaining that he hurt himself because his bicycle … Continue reading

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Food for Thought

Greg Thornbury recently said, “‘Christian’ is the greatest of all possible nouns and the lamest of all possible adjectives.” Think about that for a while.

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Dark Tinted Truth

ND Wilson hits a home run here: “I would understand if hard-bitten secularists were the ones feeding narrative meringue to their children with false enthusiasm. They believe their kids will eventually grow up and realize how terrible, grinding, and meaningless … Continue reading

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Pondering

FMC people, this is primarily for you. I’ve been thinking recently about some of the challenges facing God’s people in our day, and think it would be beneficial for us to grapple with some of the tough questions. As such, … Continue reading

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Confusing Care

Some recent life events have reminded me that we are called to balance the tenderness of Jesus with the counter cultural stand of his commandments. As a believer, I need much of God’s grace to help me weep with those … Continue reading

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