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Discernment in the Digital Age and a Call to the Local Church

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We live in an age where soundbites abound. We are captivated by minimal words and maximum charisma. We retweet sayings that inspire us and pass on phrases that empower us, loving the words and having no relationship to the author. We slap on a few fire emojis and get a quick jolt in our heart and we continue to scroll to the next spiritual hit that will give us a momenta...

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Worship Gone Vile

How theology impacts your worship...

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The Best Coverage Possible

Everyone wants coverage. The question is; are you covered?...

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I Can't Be Me Without You

God has blessed us individually with gifts and talents. Are you sharing yours with others?...

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Saving Heartache

A biblical perspective on both marriage and the pursuit of marriage....

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Transparency (Part 2)

If transparency is not the goal, then why should we care about it? Transparency is essential for a) building relationships/community/unity (John 17:20-21); b) bearing with one another (Colossians 3:12-15); c) confession (James 5:13-16); and d) growing into Christ and love (Ephesians 4:11-16)....

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Good Friday: A Festival, Not a Funeral

Ordinarily, we do not refer to the day someone is unjustly convicted, severely tortured, and brutally murdered as a “good” day; but that’s exactly what we, as Christians, do each and every year on Good Friday....

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Transparency (Part 1)

The English word transparency is derived from the Latin words trans-parÄ"re, which literally translate as “to show one’s self.” As members of Christ’s Body we should strive to live our lives transparently so as to reveal God’s glory to those around us....

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Loving God and His Salvation

As a Christian, is it possible to not love God or the salvation that He extends to us? Unfortunately the answer is yes. I myself am guilty of not loving God or His salvation, continually. It's an easy thing to admit to, but it becomes difficult and painful to discover and realize the extent of the sin. Psalm 40:16 has struck a deep cord within me. The Holy Spirit's use of ...

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Real Men Repent

Biblical manhood. What does it truly mean to be a man? ...

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