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Scripture at Sunrise 1.17.2018

“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.” -Philippians 4:8… 30 more words

Scripture At Sunrise

It is not about you

Perhaps all the fear of man, the pride of knowing, the seduction of acclaim, the quest for control, the depression in the face of hardship, the envy of the ministry of others, the bitterness against detractors, and the anxiety of failure are all about the same thing.

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Ponder On This

Scripture at Sunrise 12.28.2017

“For from His fullness we have all received, grace upon grace.” -John 1:14 “You wake up this morning to big, powerful grace, bigger than your biggest weakness, bigger than your biggest failure and more powerful than your most powerful sin.” -Paul Tripp via Twitter

Scripture At Sunrise

BOOK REVIEWS and NEWS

Rescuing Christmas: The Search for Joy that Lasts by Carl Laferton. The Good Book Company. 66 pages. 2017
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The author tells us that while Christmas is a day of great enjoyment for many, sometimes he just finds himself wanting to get through Christmas day intact. 1,698 more words

Christianity And Culture

Partnering with Parents

Some of the lessons I’ve learned along the way in partnering with parents.  Hope you find this podcast helpful in your student ministry.

https://lcm.wol.org/multiply/partnering-parents-jeff-beckley/

Youth Ministry

On Ear​th As It Is In Heaven

Without Jesus willingly living the prayer that he taught all of us to pray, the angels would have had nothing to sing about, those tombs would’ve never opened, sin and death would have never been conquered, and we would be the dead walking. 131 more words

Gospel

Christmas Awe And Willingness: Part One

Today is just a regular weekend for so many of us. We have errands to run, food to cook, and Christmas details to work out. If your to-do list is as long as mine, you aren’t ready for Monday! 248 more words

Faith