Recovering the Beauty of the Church
August 6, 2010
Disillusioned with church? Recapture the biblical view of the church with this series.
1. How Christ Came to Church | 2. House of Prayer | 3. Equipping the Saints
Where Are the Evangelists?
January 16, 2010
After evangelist Billy Sunday died in 1935, mass evangelism was declared dead by many. No one, it was claimed, would draw the crowds and make converts that Sunday did throughout his ministry. Now with the end of the ministry of Billy Graham, the same is being said. But is it true?
Reproducing Reproducers
July 11, 2010
Paul's vision of multiplication is a discipleship model we would do well to follow...
God Will Be There To Meet You
September 4, 2010
Worrying about the future is something that we all struggle with. But here are some words of comfort, and a word of exhortation for those who worry.
A Great and Humble God
August 30, 2010
The God of the Christian faith is One who is both great and humble. See why the two are inseparable.
A King of Your Own Making
May 16, 2010
We all come to Jesus with our own hopes and expectations. But Jesus asks us to let Him be king, not be a king of our own making...
Pentecost—Part 3: The Feast Has Fully Come
June 2, 2009

The beginning of Acts 2 tells us, “And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place” (KJV).

In the previous posts about the Pentecost, we looked at some aspects of Pentecost as described in the book of Acts. But most of us are a lot less familiar with the Feast of Pentecost...
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Pentecost—Part 2: More Testimony of Jesus
June 1, 2009
In the last blog post, we discussed the results of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in Peter’s first (brilliant) sermon.  The Disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit for the purpose of testifying about Jesus Christ.  What follows in the next section of Acts (and really in the whole book of Acts) is a description of other testimony to Christ.
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Pentecost—Part 1: The Message (Peter’s First Sermon)
May 31, 2009
Today, the Church marks its birthday, Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit was sent to the Disciples of Jesus Christ. Whenever Christians begin to talk about the Holy Spirit, you can sense some uneasiness. There has been much bad teaching on the Holy Spirit which must be corrected. But when I think of Pentecost and the Holy Spirit, the thing that comes to my mind is expressed in Jesus’ own words in John 15:26: “When the Helper [the Holy Spirit] comes…He will testify about Me.”
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The Good Samaritan Law
May 29, 2009
I have not read the actual laws, but in America, most states have what are called Good Samaritan laws.  These laws are set up to protect “Good Samaritans” who stop to help someone in distress.  The law states that if, while ‘helping’ the person in distress, the Good Samaritan accidentally injures or worsens the condition of the person, they are immune from legal action against them.
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"Not all who wander are lost"
May 26, 2009
“Not all who wander are lost” is a popular nationwide bumper sticker. The quote is attributed to J.R.R. Tolkien, but anyone who has read the Lord of the Rings Trilogy will know that it came from a Hobbit tune, and expressed the joyful, carefree nature of hobbits to wander the countryside innocently and without constraint.
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