Reformation Reading

October 31, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation. On Sunday, October 29, we will begin a series emphasizing the essential gospel truths that had been overshadowed and corrupted by the Catholic Church. As Layton Talbert said, The Reformers did not discover the doctrine of justification by faith alone apart from the […]

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Praying for Muslims

This last weekend followers of Islam all over the world began their yearly ritual of a month-long, daytime fast known as Ramadan. This is a time when they celebrate Muhammad’s reception of the Quran and try to ramp up their efforts to “win God’s favor” on judgment day. As our missionary in Indonesia said, In essence, they celebrate the […]

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Cornerstone

For the month of February, we will be learning together the song, Cornerstone. Many will be familiar with the text of the verses adapted from the older song, The Solid Rock or My Hope is Built on Nothing Less. The updated chorus is a joyful expression of the church’s confidence, hope, and trust in the true unshakeable Cornerstone, […]

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Here I Stand

by Mark Egerdahl & Reba Snyder (Download the sheet music here) Here I Stand is rooted in the promises given in Hebrews 10. Every priest stands daily at his service, offering repeatedly the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins. But when Christ had offered for all time a single sacrifice for sins, he […]

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In Christ Alone

[An] accompanying uncertainty and lack of definition in basic Christian doctrine are causes for genuine concern. Some cannot, for example, explain why Mormonism is not Christian because they are unsure of the doctrine of the Trinity. As we continue to study the Gospel of John, we are pleased to recommend a wonderful devotional companion to […]

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A Holy Ambition

In light of our Missions Conference, we are recommending the book, A Holy Ambition. This collection of missions-oriented sermons by John Piper will challenge you to consider and cultivate a holy ambition to preach Christ where he has not yet been named. A ‘holy ambition’ means something you really want to do that God wants you to do. Something you want […]

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