Bible Reading Plan

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Private and corporate Bible study tends to orbit around the familiar and perspicuous. In order to know and love “the whole counsel of God,” it is important to study the Scriptures systematically and regularly. One way to do that is through a bible reading plan, to keep you on a schedule so as to make it all the way through … Read More

Peaking with the Puritans

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We’ve been trying something this year called “Peaking with the Puritans.” As we said when we started this, most people think of the Puritans as a dour lot, spending their time burning witches and stitching scarlet letters. These days historical conventional wisdom is no more accurate than a game of telephone in a knitting circle. Puritanism was a revival of … Read More

Peaking with the Puritans

AaronCommunity, Gospel, Meetings, Resources, Theology1 Comment

Katie and I are going to try something this year called “Peaking with the Puritans.” Most people think of the Puritans as a rather dour lot, spending their time burning witches and stitching scarlet letters. Historical perspective these days is no more accurate than a game of telephone in a knitting circle. Puritanism was a revival of true religion (in … Read More

Don’t Miss the Point

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Last week my oldest daughter Madison was in Vacation Bible School.  One night after VBS, I was taking Madison home, and I looked in the rear view mirror and could see that she was deep in thought.  As a Dad my heart started to lift.  I began to think that Madison must have been contemplating the great truths she learned … Read More