Monthly Archives: August 2011

God’s preservation of His worshipers

We were blessed to hear Dr. Jim Mook this past Sunday. My take away from the message was that God’s hold upon the believer is precisely the believer’s motivation to strive earnestly to seek God. Listen to the message here.

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Dirty t-shirts and union with Christ

Here’s an excerpt of a sermon I did in the spring:  Therefore consider the members of your earthly body as dead to immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and greed, which amounts to idolatry.  For it is because of these things … Continue reading

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How to talk to God when you are suffering

Here’s a helpful article about relating to God in the midst of suffering: http://www.ccef.org/blog/how-talk-god. Hope it is helpful.

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When things don’t turn out quite the way you think they will

The sermon today, in which I talked about our difficult return from overseas, was a repeat. The first time I did it was about 1 month after we came back from the field. At the time, the “trial” was still … Continue reading

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“He Lives”

  Listen to the sermon about Jesus healing the official’s son here.

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Worship Conference

I’m attending a worship conference this week. It has been great so far. One of my favor songs to sin is “The Power of the Cross” by Kristyn Getty. You can listen to it on You-tube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aowdjLeaCYs.

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