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- Tuesday, May 24, 2016
"A dozen men under the power of the Holy Spirit are a more potent force than the teeming masses whose initial enthusiasm for Jesus was apparently provoked by little more than sheer curiostiy." -John MacArthur, Twelve Ordinary Men
It's easy to think of Jesus' twelve disciples as titans of virtue, faith, and courage-men the average Christian can admire, but not emulate. Fortunately, that's not the case. In fact, Peter, James, John, and the rest of the apostles were profoundly ordinary, yet God used them in extraordinary ways. This month John MacArthur's going to show your listeners how ...Read Full Post »
- Monday, May 23, 2016
"It's so easy to presume that all the unsaved people in our lives are outside the walls of our churches." — Barry Meguiar
Growing up as a homeschooled pastor's kid who lived on the church property, it seemed my only time outside of the "Christian bubble" was when I worked at the local grocery store or attended a birthday party for friends without Christian family.
My family and I spent so much time at church—with Dad the only paid staff member for the rural congregation, we were the "voluntold" help.
People we didn't know, knew who we ...
- Monday, May 23, 2016
This month at church, we've been teaching the 3rd grade Sunday School class about various components of contentment. In reality, my group of 8-year-old girls has enlightened me just as much as I've coached them. Last Sunday's discussion prompt was, "What do you lose today by focusing on what you used to have?"
I was concerned the kids might not fully connect with the message—assuming they didn't have much to look back on in their lives. After all, they're only eight years old. Boy, was I wrong.
After putting the question out for ...Read Full Post »