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  • Scott Aniol - Sun, 07/14/2019 - 7:00am
    It was a strong vine, surging with health and life. The vine dresser moved along the length of the vine, carefully fingering each branch. He had come to know these branches through the years. He knew their needs, and tended to them with the love of a father. He stopped. He reached in and fingered […]
  • Ryan Martin - Sat, 07/13/2019 - 11:00am
    Roger Olson describes what he calls “the new evangelical liturgy”: Here is the new evangelical liturgy: The worship service begins with loud music either recorded or sung by a “worship team” led by a “music minister.” Then there is a “welcome” and sometimes encouragement to greet each other (in the congregation). Then there follows a […]
  • Kevin T. Bauder - Fri, 07/12/2019 - 11:49am
    Kevin T. Bauder To all appearances the apostle Paul was less than average. He was probably so short that he couldn’t see over the heads of a crowd. He was no golden-tongued orator—in fact, his preaching was known to put people to sleep. Many believe that he had an ocular disease that forced him to […]
  • Scott Aniol - Wed, 07/10/2019 - 7:00am
    An early second-century letter from Ignatius, one of the first pastors of the church in Antioch, helps to solidify that the first day of the week became for Christians their primary day of worship and that they referred to it as “the Lord’s Day.” The phrase “Lord’s Day” appears only once in the New Testament […]
  • David Huffstutler - Mon, 07/08/2019 - 7:00am
    Paul was obviously an excellent preacher, and Acts 13:16–41 records the longest sermon by Paul in Acts. From the many things that we could learn, here’s at least six. Exhort your listeners. In Acts 13:15, Paul and Barnabas were invited to give a “word of exhortation.” Hebrews, itself a written sermon, refers to itself as […]
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