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Weekly Wisdom (4-1-16)

Articles and More... Why These 66 Books?: A follow-up to last Sunday's sermon. "Have you ever looked at your Bible and wondered, 'How do we know that these 66 books, and no others, comprise the inspired Word of God?'" Three Ways to Present the Doctrines of Grace: Here is a look at three different ways that the Doctrines of Grace have been presented. This is Part 2 in a...

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Joy in Weakness

As many of you know, Kathryn and I recently hosted a wonderful Christian family that we used to know in Atlanta. They are living in South Asia and making an impact for the Gospel through their work and their lives. In order to be certain that I am not exposing any security risks, I am not going to mention their names in a searchable blog such as this one, but I did want to...

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Weekly Wisdom (3-25-16)

Articles and More... A Quiz on Christ: "Jesus is the one figure who divides history and who towers over history. How well do you know what the Bible teaches about Jesus?" The Five Distortions of Calvinism: "As with every truth of God, the Devil has worked to deny or distort every single one of the doctrines of grace, resulting in various errors and imbalances" This is ...

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Bonjour from France

Hello to Greenwood and Westminster family! We feel privileged to write this blog and tell you about our experiences from the land of fine wine and cheese. We're really enjoying our time here, as Austin is learning French quickly and Alicia's enjoying her time in the French schools. Wish there were enough space to tell you about all of the things that have happened to us h...

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Weekly Wisdom (3-17-16)

Articles and More... You Are Not Enslaved to Your Past: "Christianity means change is possible. Deep, fundamental change." Five Strategies for Daily Bible Reading: Here are some helpful ideas. From the Pulpit... ...

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Do Not Worry

Delta Streets just finished up basketball in February, and while playing in the state tournament, I had the opportunity to talk to a particular family involved with Mt. Salus Christian Academy in Clinton, MS. As we talked, the father began to tell me about how being a part of the school as a board member has pushed his faith like never before. He has eight children, and he...

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Weekly Wisdom (3-11-16)

Articles and More... How Caring for the Elderly Points Us to the Gospel: "...we are dependent children who need one another, and who need a Father, to live and move and have our being" Are You Called to Missions?: "The call to missions has more to do with the condition of our heart than it does the location of our feet." From the Pulpit... ...

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Checklists, Hosea, and You

Are you a check-list person? I once heard Mike Greenberg (of Mike and Mike on ESPN radio in the morning) talk about the obsessive to-do list that he keeps in his journal. Not only does he go through the trouble to create little boxes next to his tasks to check off once completed, he said he actually writes things down on his list that he has already completed just so that ...

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Weekly Wisdom (3-4-16)

Articles and More... The Hidden Ministry of Motherhood: "We can follow Jesus's example in our homes everyday by taking the form of a servant. A life emptied of itself, in Jesus's name, does not go unnoticed to God. This is all that truly matters: to be seen by God in our seemingly hidden roles." Cross-Collaboration Mission Update: Click here to read the latest update f...

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Happy and You Know It

I think the third song I ever learned in church (after "Jesus Loves Me" and "Jesus Loves the Little Children) was "If You're Happy and You Know It." If you never clapped, stomped and shouted your way through this one as a kid during Sunday school or Vacation Bible School, here's the general gist: If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands! (clap, clap)If you're happ...

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