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Also from yesterday:
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Chad Van Dixhoorn models how to pray through a passage of Scripture and he begins right at the beginning.
Here’s some interesting interaction with Voddie Baucham’s book Family-Driven Faith and the general philosophy it espouses. “To put it simply, I would suggest that the next generation does not need a family-driven faith. It needs a faith-driven family. We should never reverse the order. Here are a few ways I believe that family ministry leaders are tempted to do so.”
Sam Storms follows up last week’s post which taught 10 things you should know about male headship.
You probably know the answer, but the point here is to hear Greg Koukl’s reasoning behind his answer.
It’s all in how you measure it, of course. Justin Taylor tells the best measure and then which book is the longest.
This Day in 1651. 365 years ago today Obadiah Holmes was given 30 lashes in Boston Commons for preaching Baptist doctrine during which he joyfully exclaimed, “You have struck me with roses!” *
Michael Patton shows that the Christian faith is not a house of cards.
Kelly Needham writes about being held captive by food. “I assumed I just had bad habits that needed to be reformed, but God made it clear that I was an idolater who needed forgiveness, a slave to sin who needed a Liberator.”
Faithful, steadfast love is the heart of marrage, for faithful, steadfast love is the heart of the universe. —Christopher Ash