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A La Carte (July 29)

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The Calvary Option – Carl Trueman has some level-headed reflections on all of the cultural turbulence around us. “The tomb is still empty. And my ministry will continue to be made up of the same elements as that of my of spiritual forefathers: Word, sacraments, prayer.”

What Are Natural Flavors? – It’s a good question to ask since they are in so many of our foods.

One Simple Way to Encourage Your Pastor – This is a great word from Kevin DeYoung.

The Gospel-Centered Parent – This week’s deals from Westminster Books revolve around Christian parenting.

Reflections on Gay Marriage – Randy Alcorn recommends this short series of videos reflecting on gay marriage and homosexuality.

The Point of Hospitality – This is an important reminder that we too often forget when it comes to hospitality.

Iron Mountain – Here is a rare look inside Iron Mountain, an incredible place that houses some of America’s greatest treasures.

MacArthur

You can’t confuse childlike faith with childish thinking. —John MacArthur


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