Monthly Archives: August 2014

Live Your Life With Godly Ferocious Intensity

The deepest desire of my heart is to make my life count for Christ. It has been that way ever since my faith really came online around age 20, but increasingly so as I age over the the years. Reading works like Don’t Waste Your Life by John Piper and Leaders Who Last by Dave Kraft, among others, has helped […]

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The Gift of Suffering

The Bible is jam-packed with stuff that makes absolutely no sense the first time you read it. Such was the case when I sat down with my Bible this morning, opened up to Philippians 1. [27] Only let your manner of life be worthy of the gospel of Christ, so that whether I come and […]

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The Impending Crash Landing of Pastor Mark Driscoll

Mark Driscoll is about to go down in flames, and the whole world will be watching. Driscoll rose to fame in the evangelical world (and the secular world as well) in the blink of an eye. This is largely due to the rapid growth of Mars Hill Church, the church that he and a few […]

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How to Catalogue the Sermons You Preach

Over the course of a ministry career, a preacher is going to spend countless of hours reading, studying, writing, and delivering sermons. I am of the opinion that most sermons and self-prepared Bible lessons should be saved in a personal catalogue by every Bible teacher. A few reasons you might want to do this are: […]

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