When a Child Disobeys

When a Child Disobeys Six Steps for Healthy Correction Article by Sam Crabtree Pastor, Minneapolis, Minnesota Correcting children can be a matter of babies and bathwater. How do we preserve the phenomenal God-given potential these children possess, without condoning the defiance that boils over from the cauldron of their sinful little hearts? How do we…

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Fellowship

Fellowship

What Are The ESV Scripture Journals All About?

What Are The ESV Scripture Journals All About? (NT ESV Journal is available in the SBC bookstore) You’ve probably seen something recently about the ESV Scripture Journals. According to the publisher, they “pair the entirety of individual books of the New Testament with lightly lined blank pages opposite each page of the biblical text, allowing readers…

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The Gospel and Good Works

The Gospel and Good Works

Pray for One Another

“Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed” (James 5:16). At times, when reading the scriptures, it is easy to miss something that is hidden in plain sight. The verse above is one that we can quickly read and miss a treasure that lies within. Within…

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A Primer for Prayer

A Primer for Prayer

Promises Prayer Power

Promises Prayer Power

Confessions of a (Recovering) Social Media Fool

Confessions of a (Recovering) Social Media Fool JANUARY 23, 2019  | Joe Carter  Within hours the narrative had been set on social media: A group of Catholic school boys from Kentucky harassed an elderly Native American man at a pro-life rally in Washington, D.C. On Twitter the condemnations piled up, as did the condemnations of those…

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Patience and Suffering

Patience and Suffering

When Shame Keeps You Away

When Shame Keeps You Away Article by Stephen Witmer Pastor, Pepperell, Massachusetts Some of us are unsure of God’s full acceptance. We suspect he’s disappointed with our best efforts. We live with low-grade guilt, feeling like we’ve never really pleased him — that he’d always like to see us doing a bit better. Perhaps we’re equally…

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