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A Conversation with Matt Mason on Family Worship

A Conversation with Matt Mason on Family Worship

David Burnette
You may have heard other Christians talk about family worship and it’s benefits. You may even have a desire to put it into practice, to gather regularly with... Read More
Six Ways Pastors Can Equip Churches to Engage Cultural Issues

Six Ways Pastors Can Equip Churches to Engage Cultural Issues

Dan Darling
“We don’t preach politics here.” ... Read More
Why God's Love Should Lead to Humility in Worship

Why God's Love Should Lead to Humility in Worship

Eric Roberts
In Ephesians 3, during the middle of his prayer for spiritual strength for the believers in Ephesus, Paul says that he is praying so that they might “know the... Read More
Nine Practical Ways to Invite Your Children into Corporate Worship

Nine Practical Ways to Invite Your Children into Corporate Worship

Lora Lynn Fanning
It often happens that after we’ve beat back the Power of Darkness in every random cowlick, every missing shoe, and every cereal spill involved in the Sunday... Read More
How Corporate Worship Fuels Our Spiritual Growth

How Corporate Worship Fuels Our Spiritual Growth

Daniel Renstrom
I had the opportunity to preach on Colossians 3:16 this past weekend. In studying and preparing, I was struck by this idea: We need corporate worship in order... Read More
Motherhood in the Cosmic War

Motherhood in the Cosmic War

Gloria Furman
If you went shopping for a coffee mug for your mother, you’d find several mom-themed mugs to choose from: ... Read More
Why Your Bible Study is Too Pragmatic

Why Your Bible Study is Too Pragmatic

Eric Parker
In this final post we look at the pragmatic approach to Bible study. This is the last of four dangerous approaches to Bible study we've been looking at based on... Read More
Why Your Bible Study is Too Superficial

Why Your Bible Study is Too Superficial

Eric Parker
 In this series of posts, we are exploring some of the dangerous approaches to Bible study that David Platt identifies in this “Radical Together” podcast.... Read More
Why Your Bible Study is Too Emotional

Why Your Bible Study is Too Emotional

Eric Parker
As noted in the previous post in this series, we’ve all been in that Bible study where we seem to be having a good discussion, people are engaged, the... Read More
Why Your Bible Study is Too Spiritual

Why Your Bible Study is Too Spiritual

Eric Parker
We've all been in that Bible study where we seem to be having a good discussion, people are engaged, the comments are insightful, and then Bob speaks up. Now we... Read More

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