Philippians

Pressing On

“Not that I have already obtained this or am already perfect, but I press on to make it my own, because Christ Jesus has made me his own. Brothers, I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies […]

Awe

Book Review: Awe by Paul Tripp

I received a free e-copy of Awe by Paul Tripp for the purposes of review. I’ve read several Paul Tripp books and have been encouraged by them all. Tripp has a way of challenging me to think more deeply about faith, which I appreciate and am blessed by. His newest book, Awe, is no different. Tripp defines […]

Onward

Book Review: Onward by Russell Moore

I recently finished Russell Moore’s book Onward. I received it free along with another book (I Will by Thom Rainer) from the publisher. For me Onward was one of those books I could only handle in small doses; not because it’s a bad book, but because it’s a deep book. I’ve heard Moore preach on a couple of occasions, […]

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John Piper on Fighting for Joy

This is taken from the e-book edition of John Piper’s book When I Don’t Desire God: How to Fight for Joy chapter 6: “And here in the cross is where every enemy of joy is overcome: divine wrath, as he becomes the curse for us; real guilt, as he becomes forgiveness for us; lawbreaking, as he […]

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Pressing On

Philippians

“Not that I have already obtained this or am already perfect, but I press on to make it my own, because Christ Jesus has made me his own. Brothers, I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies […]

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Book Review: Awe by Paul Tripp

Awe

I received a free e-copy of Awe by Paul Tripp for the purposes of review. I’ve read several Paul Tripp books and have been encouraged by them all. Tripp has a way of challenging me to think more deeply about faith, which I appreciate and am blessed by. His newest book, Awe, is no different. Tripp defines […]

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Book Review: Onward by Russell Moore

Onward

I recently finished Russell Moore’s book Onward. I received it free along with another book (I Will by Thom Rainer) from the publisher. For me Onward was one of those books I could only handle in small doses; not because it’s a bad book, but because it’s a deep book. I’ve heard Moore preach on a couple of occasions, […]

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Giving Thanks

Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever. (Psalm 136:1 ESV) Happy Thanksgiving.

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Web Slinging 11.25.15

It’s been a while since I put one of these posts together. But here’s what I’ve been reading a I swung around the web the past couple of weeks: Erik Raymond had a post on words for your next argument. He starts the post out by saying, “Conflict seems to be as common to human […]

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Tweets of the Week 11.24.15

Here are some of the tweets that caught my attention recently: Jared C. Wilson ‏@jaredcwilson   The more bored you are with the things of God, the more vulnerable you will be when difficulty comes. Justin Buzzard ‏@JustinBuzzard  Don’t forget that your pastor/spiritual leaders are just people–people who hurt, struggle, sin, etc. Brad House ‏@PBHouse  Community groups mature and […]

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Discipleship Groups (pt. 1)

Discipleship

At Redeemer Fellowship we encourage our members to be involved in each others lives through Community Groups (… which I’ve written on here in four parts 1,2, 3 ,4). But many want to go even deeper with more accountability and the ability to be more open and vulnerable than might be not possible in mixed company. Not […]

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Fighting Well

Conflict happens in all relationships. Here’s how to handle it well. (Yes the video is 45 minutes long, but it is WELL worth it.)

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Tweets of the Week 11.3.15

Here are the tweets that caught my attention from the last week or so: Burk Parsons ‏@BurkParsons  Prayer is for those who are helpless and know it. Ryan Huguley ‏@RyanHuguley   Jesus has dealt the decisive and devastating blow to sin, but a battle still rages. Are you fighting your sin? Justin Buzzard ‏@JustinBuzzard   Following Jesus is not about […]

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