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The intercessory life is a pattern for our interior growth in prayer that is abiding in Christ, and the outward expression of a missional Christ life in the world. It is a dynamic balance of paying attention to our personal spiritual maturity, and the call of Christ to minister as servants in the world.
It is in God’s very nature to seek out relationship, and it is this divine seeking that provides the roots for evangelism and grounds all the directives that Jesus gives us.
February 28, 2016 A reminder to readers: We have begun a Sunday Voice Series by Dr. Timothy C. Tennent, a close friend, mentor and colleague...
How did Adam’s sin make the rest of us sinners, and how did Christ's work undo what Adam did? Read today's article by Timothy Tennent to find out more about this crucial doctrinal point.
The Gospel stirs things up...
To read the New Testament in approximately four weeks means tackling large chunks of scripture each day. For some, the task may feel overwhelming. Going through the New Testament so quickly is quite a large commitment to make and a lofty goal to set, but it is a practice I have found to be incredibly good for my soul.
And the difference between those who knew Christ and those who did not was simply a matter, not of faith or confession or creed, but of fruit and character.
What responsibility do Christians have toward children who do not have fathers and mothers? Elijah Friedeman shares the how the theology of adoption needs to inform our lives.
Why does what we say and do in a worship service matter? Is it about more than just personal choice? In a previous post, Donald Richmond introduced four holy words of worship. Now, he discusses four holy actions of worship that inform our theology.