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John MacArthur explains why he loves doing what he does.
Samuel Miller was the second professor at the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church in Princeton and in one of his old work he set out 18 faults to avoid when praying in public.
Every month Tabletalk magazine puts a number of their articles online. Here’s the selection for October.
“What about spiritual goals? Have you set goals regarding spiritual maturity? Have you thought about ways to accurately chart your progress? Have you considered the fact that your pastors have set goals for your spiritual life?”
This Day in 1744. 272 years ago today David Brainerd, 26, began three years of missionary labour among the Indians in New Jersey. He died 3 years later of tuberculosis in the home of Jonathan Edwards. *
Ryan Reeves explains in this short video.
Lots of attention is given to churches in cities, but this article shows why rural churches matter too.
John Piper gives his take on whether or not porn use disqualifies a pastor from ministry.
Short, to the point, and geared to the family: commandments for modern media.
Worry, like a rocking chair, will give you something to do, but it won’t get you anywhere.—Vance Havner