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Logos’ March Madness is down to the final 8. Get your votes in!
Please read about Lexi, a little girl whose family attends John MacArthur’s church.
Tim Chester has a helpful article on tying small groups into the sermon.
Today is World Down Syndrome Day and this video goes with the day. Also be sure to check out Dear Future Mom from two years ago.
Paul Tautges describes how he was set free from the horrible performance treadmill.
Scott describes some of the foolish things he once believed about ministry.
This Day in 1788. 228 years ago today, Charles Wesley died. He and his brother John are well known for their hymn writing and gospel preaching. *
I remember reading about the Boston Molasses flood when I was a kid. This video covers it in just 4 minutes.
This short article tells why flying is such a difficult experience and explains by using your sad, lonely little apartment.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones answers the question. (HT)
The beauty of the gospel is that while we were infinitely sinful we were also unfathomably loved. —Erik Raymond