Change & What I’m Up to Now

When I started this blog in 2010, my goal was to be a help and a resource in the areas of Children’s, Youth, and Family Ministries. I was hired part time at Redeemer Fellowship at that time to oversee those areas of ministry, and desired to add my voice to those who were already blogging […]

Shepherd Leadership (pt. 2) – Interior Protection

In the first post of this series I dealt with the fact that part of the job of a shepherd is to protect the sheep from exterior threats by becoming the door, and not allowing those threats to enter. If that were the only threat that sheep faced, protecting them would be relatively easy (or […]

JC Ryle on Perseverance and Faith

Armed with … faith we shall set things down at their true value. Filled with … faith we shall neither add to the cross nor subtract from the cross … A religion which costs nothing is worth nothing. (pg. 77) Quote taken From Holiness by JC Ryle ©1879, reprinted 1999 by Evangelical Press.

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On Holiness by Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Holiness is a matter of working out what we claim to believe; therefore failure to practice does suggest a failure truly to understand the doctrine, and is an indication that there is something essentially and fundamentally wrong with one’s view of the Christian life. (pg. 308) Quote taken from Life in Christ by Martyn Lloyd-Jones ©2002 […]

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Web Slinging 12.16.14

Back again for more, huh? Here’s what I’ve found useful as I’ve found time to swing around the web: Today’s Christian Woman had a great post on singleness. It reads, “The real question I have learned to ask is ‘What does it mean to wait well?’” This is a helpful post for anyone who is […]

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Tweets of the Week 12.15.14

Here are some of the tweets that caught my attention from the past week: Dr. Eric Mason @pastoremase Don’t let the enemy develop apathy in your heart towards Jesus, the Bible, and the Church! Gather with God’s people and be a solution! Philip Nation @philipnation Pastor: Love your church conspicuously, preach the gospel comprehensively, & trust the […]

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On Conduct & Theology by: Martyn Lloyd-Jones

The Bible never asks us to do anything without reminding us first of all who we are; you always get doctrine before practical exhortation. (pg. 284) Quote taken from Life in Christ by Martyn Lloyd-Jones @2002 by Bethan Lloyd-Jones and published by Crossway.

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Change & What I’m Up to Now

When I started this blog in 2010, my goal was to be a help and a resource in the areas of Children’s, Youth, and Family Ministries. I was hired part time at Redeemer Fellowship at that time to oversee those areas of ministry, and desired to add my voice to those who were already blogging […]

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On Handling Attacks by Martyn Lloyd Jones

Here is Martyn Lloyd Jones answer to handling personal attacks: With regard to ourselves and our own personal feelings we are to endure anything and everything; we are not to stand for ourselves; we are not to call people liars who attack us in person. But where the truth is concerned, where doctrine is involved, […]

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Web Slinging 12.9.14

Here is my weekly list of things I’ve read as I swung around the web: LifeWay had a great post on discipleship. It reads, “The discipleship playing field is ever-changing and the Christian church must be willing to evaluate what it is currently doing, and then contextualize the message of Christ to best fit today’s […]

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Tweets of the Week 12.8.14

Here are the tweets from last week that caught my attention: Dr. Eric Mason @pastoremase Not gathering with the Saints is to avoid a deep spiritual essential that’s a part of developing your journey & sanctification in Jesus. jaredcwilson @jaredcwilson The gospel gives suffering bearability, purpose, and — best of all — an expiration date. Scotty Smith @ScottyWardSmith […]

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Shepherd Leadership (pt.5) – Service Means Sacrifice

True shepherd leadership requires sacrifice. Without it, the sheep will be neither protected or served. It’s that simple … on paper. But what does that look like? How is an under shepherd of Jesus supposed to sacrifice for the sheep? Never abandons Unlike the hired hand of John 10:13, a true shepherd will not simply […]

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Web Slinging 12.2.14

Here are some of the things I’ve been finding both helpful and encouraging as I’ve swung around the web: Gospel Centered Discipleship had a post defining what “missional living” is and how it’s done. This post gives very practical suggestions on how an individual and “…  the local church can follow Jesus into missional living…” (emphasis […]

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