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Sometimes there is no middle ground. The contrast is real and makes a difference. The ability to understand options, weigh alternatives, and make compromises can be a sign of maturity. Not every decision has only one clear choice, every problem only one solution, or every issue...

J.I. Packer wrote about the feeling of distance we often have when we read the Bible with its unfamiliar places, names, customs, and history. “Some Christians seem to resign themselves to following afar off, believing the Bible record, but neither seeking nor expecting for themselves such...

During July we are reposting previous Words of Grace on the topic of prayer. We hope these posts will encourage you in your prayer life. Originally posted August 2, 2019 One morning this week, the text messages and emails started coming in early. One message was from...

During July we are reposting previous Words of Grace on the topic of prayer. We hope these posts will encourage you in your prayer life. Also, in July we will gather each Wednesday evening for Teach Us to Pray, a time of teaching and corporate prayer....

During July we are reposting previous Words of Grace on the topic of prayer. We hope these posts will encourage you in your prayer life. Also, in July we will gather each Wednesday evening for Teach Us to Pray, a time of teaching and corporate prayer....

The local, on-the-ground, up-close-and-personal nature of the Christian congregation is where the action is. The New Testament epistles affirm that reality and give instructions for this kind of life together. I’ll admit that I’m wired to love being at home, with my home church, and in...

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