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Martin Luther gives us the biblical answer to the question, "When will I be perfect?" He says, not yet!
A couple weeks ago (Sunday, January 20), the youth group set up an enormous shipping center in our church to bless our troops.
It's Sanctity of Life Sunday. Where are we in the battle against abortion? Two big fronts we support are policy advocacy and pregnancy centers, but first we must be God's soldiers praying humbly before Him.
Lisa Strite writes about serving the needy and evangelizing the lost at Raleigh Rescue Mission.
Julie Roe reposts on serving the needy at the Holly Springs Food Cupboard.
Glenda Arnold share about serving the needy and evangelizing the lost at With Love From Jesus.
Richard Phillips will be in town soon to teach on his book The Masculine Mandate at the Raleigh Convention Center for free on January 25-26.
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A meditation on God's unexpected. Remembering Whose grace it is that is sufficient, fighting the inner turmoil and remorse that often exists when one receives salvation but not another, and looking at what God has done.
"No manliness no maturity! No discipline no discipleship! No sweat no sainthood!" (15). This captures the message Kent Hughes delivers in Disciplines of a Godly Man (Crossway, 2001).
New Year's is a good time to think about your Bible reading and what changes you might make for the coming year. Here's a new reading plan organized around "the story line of the Bible: God's plan of redemption.