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Facing Today with the Book of Hebrews

When we read the book of Hebrews, we encounter a community of Christians living in a time of trial, struggling to understand God in the midst of suffering. Their story is our story.

The Truth of the Cross

If anything has been lost from our culture, it is the idea that human beings are personally, ultimately, and inexorably accountable to God. People are not concerned about an atonement. They are convinced they have no need for it. But nothing could be further from the truth.

What is Truth?

Letter to a New Pastor

Entire books have been written to beginning pastors, but here are ten pointers, most of which I have learned the hard way.

In Pursuit of Community: What Can We Do?

What hinders community is not a weakness of the institutional church and its leadership but rather the radical individualism of its members.

Who Took Verse 4 out of My Bible?

Most of us have read John 5:1–9, the story of the blind, paralyzed man at the pool of Bethesda, many times, but I’ll bet there’s something that escaped your attention.

Easter: Living Life in the Future Tense

Death puts us in the past tense; the Resurrection puts us in the future tense.

Does God Know When You’re Hanging on by a Thread?

A parishioner's wife asked me a question as we stood in that hospital waiting room: “They say God won’t put on you more than you can bear. But, does God know when you’re hanging on by a thread?”

Discovering the Power of Luke's Gospel: A Greek Word Study without Greek

Those students of the Bible who don't read Greek can still reach beyond the English Bible to the original Greek in four easy steps.

Bookends of the Christian Life

Using a bookends motif, Bridges and Bevington show how justification and sanctification can help you overcome guilt and self-righteousness, develop the motivation to grow, be assured of God's love, and bring about lasting change in your life.

  • Jerry Bridges and Bob Bevington |
  • March 16, 2010 |
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Leadership in God's Economy

In our zero-sum world, becoming great means making someone else small. But Jesus taught that true abundance comes from becoming "the servant of all."

  • Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove |
  • March 15, 2010 |
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From Generation to Generation

What are the mandates and the models of Scripture regarding intergenerational life and ministry in our churches? What are the fruits of neglecting them?

  • Gary A. Parrett and S. Steve Kang |
  • March 11, 2010 |
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The Handwriting Is on the Wall

Ask Dr. David: Can Church Staff Disagree with Leadership?

Relationship doctor David B. Hawkins veers off his usual topic to answer a church staffer who shares that he/she is "scolded and shamed for voicing any contrary opinion" to that of the pastor.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • March 10, 2010 |
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Record of Reality: Archaeological Discovery and Scripture

Once again, archaeology confirms the accuracy of biblical history. That’s good news, but should it affect how we believers view Scripture?

Memoirs of a White-Washed Tomb

A few years ago, I could give you the name of every 'Pharisee' in my church. Thank goodness I wasn’t like any of them! Then I met Jay...

The Pastor's Second Biggest Job

Like a coach, the pastor's biggest job is turning his team into winners. The second is keeping them winners. Problem is, no team stays static.

Let's Argue the Truth of Our Ideas

The problem with American foreign policy is that it never considers that a particular religious belief might be true or that some beliefs might be false.

  • Dr. John Mark Reynolds |
  • March 02, 2010 |
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The View from Mount Nebo: Learning from Moses' Fall from Leadership

As Moses discovered, all leaders are dispensable. Especially when they forget the source of their power.

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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