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Money makes us nervous. Mention it in church and folks become quickly suspicious. Images of T.V. evangelists dance in their heads — white teeth and mascara-stained tears coercing us to send every extra penny to a P.O. box. As church planters, we need to find our own peace with the place of money in the Kingdom of God.
Each Advent season, God invites us anew to reflect on the beauty of the incarnation—the mysterious act of the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us. Jonathan Andersen offers 14 Christmas sermon illustrations to help us contemplate Christmas, complete a sermon, or come close to the feet of Jesus in worship.
The new year is almost upon us, and whether choosing curriculum for small groups in the new year or fresh studies for personal use, here Andrew Dragos provides background for 3 new resources from Seedbed that are worth considering for any and all of these purposes.
All the strategy, plans, and programs can never truly achieve church renewal or revive us as believers. Instead of relying on endowments, cultural Christianity, or the cultural significance of the mainline church itself, David Watson here points the Church back to the true source of power for renewal—the presence and power of the Holy Spirit.
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This is the second in a four-part conversation about what it means, practically speaking, to live a life of holy submission in marriage. By...
And they were calling to one another: “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty; the whole earth is full of his glory.” – Isaiah 6:3 “Mary”...
When we first believe, Paul says, we are marked in Him with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit. No caveat is in that statement.