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New Tim Keller book on Preaching

Tim Keller’s highly anticipated book on preaching is finally out. It is titled Preaching: Communicating Faith in an Age of Skepticism. Keller, preaching in New York City, has mastered the art of communicating faith in such an environment and his book will challenge all pastors to reflect on how we communicate the gospel of Christ in a post-modern world. 171 more words



As a Christian in ministry for 35 years my position should be obvious by now. So I’m not going join an angry mob and throw more rocks at the next Gay Pride parade. 757 more words


The Transmission of the Tradition (2 Thessalonians 2:13-15)

On Sunday, June 14, 2015, Pastor Joe Troutman preached on the transmission of the apostolic tradition from 2 Thessalonians 2:13-15.

The Lord used spoken and written means to transmit his word that man might know him and know how to be saved. 660 more words


Should We Let The Devil Make The Rules Of Engagement?

Neal Pollard

Thanks to the hospitality of my good friend, Jason Jackson, I had the opportunity to visit beautiful AT&T Park in San Francisco, witnessing a rarity (a Rockies win) against his beloved Giants.  570 more words


Is the sky really falling in?

We need to be careful with Chicken Little theology.

The recent decision by a narrow margin by the Supreme Court on homosexual marriage has rocked the world, and the reviews are, to say the least, interesting. 1,227 more words

The Barnabas Files

File No.184

Tim Keller

“The gospel-logic moves : ‘Here’s what you must do,’ then ‘Here’s why you can’t do it,’ then ‘Here’s the one who did it for you,’ and finally ‘Here’s how faith in him enables you to do it too.’ Following this logic in a sermon means that often you bring in practical application in more than one place.” 149 more words


Blogging for the Audience of One

My mind often swirls with thoughts and my heart races to write… yet I struggle…

I halt creative ideas longing to be penned…thoughts begging to be put into words…moments pleading to be captured into memories…and emotions,…asking to meet the Word so feelings can be birthed into living… 410 more words