Community Groups (pt. 3) – How?

Now that the “why” and the “what” have been looked at, we now move to the “how”. A regular Community Group consist of fellowship, typically some type of meal, Bible study, and prayer with and for each other. Our regular meetings are built with the idea of “community” in mind. This is where life on life […]

Community Groups (pt. 2) – What?

Our Community Groups at Redeemer Fellowship are vital for life and health of our church. We strongly encourage involvement in these groups because this is where a majority of the growth happens. These weekly meetings is where we practice the “one another’s” of Scripture. But what is the goal of the groups? The way we […]

Book Review: I Will by Thom S. Rainer

I recently received a free copy of Thom Rainer’s new book I Will! This is a short book dealing with a important topic: church membership. Rainer describes traits that are necessary for a church and its members to be healthy. Why this book is necessary Rainer wastes no time getting to the point, “… no church […]

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Book Review: The Mingling of Souls by Matt Chandler

I recently finished Matt Chandler’s book The Mingling of Souls. This is a great relationship book. I say relationship book because it’s not just another book on marriage. It covers more ground than that. Chandler does a great job walking the reader through the entire book of Song of Solomon; a highly poetic and often misunderstood […]

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Tweets of the Week 8.31.15

Mark Dever ‏@MarkDever  We are all disciples, the only question is “of whom?”. Brian Howard ‏@howardbriank  We often correct more than teach because it’s easier to tell someone what they’re doing wrong than take time to #teach them. Corey Jones ‏@coreyrayjones  When kids see you treat your family well, they’ll see what it means to love Jesus and […]

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Community Groups (pt. 3) – How?

Now that the “why” and the “what” have been looked at, we now move to the “how”. A regular Community Group consist of fellowship, typically some type of meal, Bible study, and prayer with and for each other. Our regular meetings are built with the idea of “community” in mind. This is where life on life […]

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Web Slinging 8.25.15

Here’s what I’ve been reading as I’ve swung around the web this past week: Tim Challies had a great post on taking God as His word. He concludes this way, “The great enemy of the Christian is the sin of unbelief—the sin of refusing to accept what God says and the sin of refusing to […]

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Tweets of the Week 8.24.15

Here are the tweets that caught my attention: Connected Families ‏@ConnectedFams  Aug 20 As parents, we’ve somehow bought into the myth that showing love during discipline will reinforce the misbehavior. But the opposite is true! Matthew Guevara ‏@mattguevara  Thoughtfulness is free and burns on time and empathy. Stephen Miller ‏@StephenMiller  It does no good at all to complain about […]

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Community Groups (pt. 2) – What?

Our Community Groups at Redeemer Fellowship are vital for life and health of our church. We strongly encourage involvement in these groups because this is where a majority of the growth happens. These weekly meetings is where we practice the “one another’s” of Scripture. But what is the goal of the groups? The way we […]

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Marriage, Fighting Fair and Unmet Expectations

As I’m reading through The Mingling of Souls by Matt Chandler, I got to chapter 6 – Fighting Fair. Conflict is a part of every relationship in this sin-stained world. We get easily frustrated when our expectations of someone else go unmet. This is especially true of those relationships that are closest. In our pride we are prone […]

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Web Slinging 8.18.15

Here’s what I’ve been reading as I’ve swung around the web in the past week: Amie Patrick had a post on the Gospel Coalition site on the topic of self-care.  She writes, ” …  I equated denying myself with denying my humanity.” As her post continues she lists the dangers of this kind of thinking. This is a helpful […]

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Tweets of the Week 8.17.15

Here are some of the tweets that caught my attention this week: Burk Parsons ‏@BurkParsons  The more we preach the gospel to ourselves the more it will overflow like a fountain as we preach it to others. Darrin Patrick ‏@darrinpatrick  Casual sex tries to get the delight of covenant without the demands of covenant. Randy Alcorn ‏@randyalcorn  A […]

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Book Review: I Will by Thom S. Rainer

I recently received a free copy of Thom Rainer’s new book I Will! This is a short book dealing with a important topic: church membership. Rainer describes traits that are necessary for a church and its members to be healthy. Why this book is necessary Rainer wastes no time getting to the point, “… no church […]

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