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As We Study the Book of Job

January 11, 2018 | by: Jonathan Dorst | 0 Comments

A lot of people think that the book of Job is just about a good man who suffers a lot, is patient in the suffering, and then is rewarded for the patience. But, it’s actually quite a lot more complex and interesting than that.... Keep Reading

Christmas letter

November 20, 2017 | by: Ricky Jones | 0 Comments

Why does giving make us feel good? Because our heavenly father is a giver, and when we give we imitate him. ... Keep Reading


500 Years Later: What Was the Reformation and Why Should I Care?... Keep Reading

Don't Be Afraid of Halloween

October 30, 2017 | by: Ricky Jones | 4 Comments

The Holy Spirit infuses the Christian's life with joy and hope. Therefore, our parties can be true celebrations. The world's parties have a desperation to them, a lingering feeling of trying to forget sadness and anesthetize emptiness. Christians should show the world how to celebrate. ... Keep Reading

What are Elders and Deacons?

October 11, 2017 | by: Ricky Jones | 0 Comments

A presbyterian church is led by her elders and deacons. ... Keep Reading

Elevator Speeches

September 22, 2017 | by: Ricky Jones | 0 Comments

Could you give someone a 30 second summary of the gospel that would at least make them want to know more?... Keep Reading

Divided We Fall

August 29, 2017 | by: Ricky Jones | 1 Comments

So how are we going to live in this divided country of ours? The easy option is to isolate ourselves away from all those who disagree with us. We can make ourselves feel good by agreeing with each other about how right we are and how dumb “they” are. We all agree, feel good, and get along ... Keep Reading

Saved into Family

April 6, 2017 | by: Jonathan Dorst | 0 Comments

Jesus came to save people from every tribe, language, and nation, and to knit them all into one family, and we must work as hard as we can to make that diverse family a reality.... Keep Reading

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The Gospel and Race

Today, Wednesday, March 1st, you may notice people walking around with ashes on their foreheads. This is not some bizarre cult ritual, it is a symbol of Christian repentance. It is a part of Ash Wednesday, the first day of the season known as Lent. Lent covers the 40 days prior to what is known as ‘Holy Week,’ the week beginning with Palm Sunday and ending with Easter Sunday.... Keep Reading

Three Days Later

January 19, 2017 | by: Ricky Jones | 0 Comments

We ask God why he did not help. The worst answer of them all is, "I could have helped but chose not too." In John 11, Jesus faces the pain of that answer for the first time. What can we learn from his tears? This blog post was inspired by reading Telling the Truth: The Gospel as Tragedy, Comedy, and Fairy Tale Oct 26, 1977 by Frederick Buechner... Keep Reading

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