Who He Must Be

Young women should have standards by which they evaluate whether a young man is suitable for dating, and young men should have standards to aspire toward, but how should those standards be established and who must he be? Years ago, I read Voddie Baucham Jr.’s book, What He Must Be:… If He Wants to Marry […]

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For You, Women: A Call to Action

It has been on my heart for some time to unpack a little verse in Titus concerning the role of women in the church. It is truly important for us to understand, and yet, I rarely hear it addressed. For one, it flies in the face of conventional wisdom, and two, I don’t think we […]

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The Way

I was listening, recently, to a teaching that caught my attention. The speaker explained that within the Old Testament tabernacle, Rabbinical tradition referred to the entrance of the outer court as “The Way,” The entrance of the second portion of the tabernacle, which was the “Holy Place,” was called “The Truth,” and the entrance to […]

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Choosing Music for Corporate Worship

If there is any part of our worship service that holds the power to bring people together or tear them apart, it’s music. Sometimes it seems like people care less about the type of message they hear than the genre of the songs that are sung. It shouldn’t be that way, by the way. There […]

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My New Years Wish: A Heart Like That

The fruit of her commitment to a relationship with God was strikingly evident. Almost overnight, the child who used to bolt and run in stores, tantrum wherever, and was full of sass turned into an easy, conscientious child who exhibited an uncanny measure of self-control and is a hard worker. Choices that had previously been driven by self-will were replaced by choices directed by God’s will. That is what happens when God removes our hard hearts and gives us His heart.

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