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A La Carte (April 24)

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Sinner, Come Home – Al Mohler was one of many who was deeply affected by John Piper’s sermon at Together for the Gospel. He writes about it here. “Softly and tenderly still rings in my ears, and John Piper’s anointed exposition still rings in my heart. I am thankful beyond words to know that others will hear this message. Don’t dare miss it.” (Watch the video here)

Youth-Driven Culture – Stephen Nichols writes about the elevation of youth over the elderly in the church.

Tribes and the Lost Art of Discernment – There is food for thought in this post on theological tribes and discernment.

The “Me Time” Myth – Melissa corrects the “me time” myth.

Is It Bullying? – Is expressing the view that homosexuality a sin a form of bullying?

A Way to Love Your Spouse – Here’s a subtle but powerful way to love your spouse.

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Don’t seek a platform for the sake of the gospel if you’re not prepared to lose that platform for the sake of the gospel.

—Sam Allberry

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    A Difference-Making Ministry for Any Christian

    The experience of preaching is very different from the front than from the back, when facing the congregation than when facing the preacher. The congregation faces one man who is doing his utmost to be engaging, to hold their attention, and to apply truths that will impact their hearts and transform their lives.

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  • Why Those Who Seem Most Likely to Come, Never Come At All

    Why Those Who Seem Most Likely to Come, Never Come At All

    It is something we have all observed at one time or another and something we have all wondered about. Why is it that those who seem most likely to come to Christ so often reject him? Why is it that those hear the boldest invitations and who have the greatest opportunities so commonly turn away?…

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  • Free Stuff Fridays (Open the Bible)

    This week’s Free Stuff Friday is sponsored by Open the Bible. They encourage you to enter to win a series of books from Open the Bible and Pastor Colin Smith! Included in the giveaway are: For All Who Grieve by Pastor Colin Smith. Written with compassion and understanding, yet honestly facing the difficult questions that…