This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45) Service is not a uniquely Christian concept. The language of service is something engrained throughout society....
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Hello, beloved in Christ. A brother and coworker at RHB compiled these treatises and sermons and sent them out to us this morning. I think these are relevant to much of the discussion that has been taking place on the board as of late.
I have personally read and can recommend the ones by Samuel Davies, Edward Reynolds, William Bridge, Thomas Brooks, and Thomas Vincent.
I pray they may be a...
I'm sure many churches are currently evaluating taking the SBA Loans offered as part of the COVID-19 Stimulus (previously 501(c)(3) groups were not eligible).
I was hoping to get some wisdom regarding the pros/cons and theological considerations of churches taking government money, even if it may not have to be repaid.
What an encouragement to read this today!
What is your only comfort in life and in death?
That I am not my own, (a) but belong -- body and soul, in life and in death (b) to my faithful Savior Jesus Christ. (c)
He has fully paid for all my sins with his precious blood,(d) and has set me free from the tyranny of the devil.(e) He also watches over me in...
I wonder if anyone had any recommendations for non-readers? What book(s) would you recommend for someone who hasn't really grown up reading and for whom reading through a book is a tough ask? Something to dip one's toes in without getting frustrated and discouraged.
I've met quite a few young Christian men who haven't really gotten into books, and I'm not perfectly clear what...
Well, since the self-isolating is supposed to continue now until at least the end of April, this would be a good time to start a BIG book.
I think I'm finally going to start reading Augustine's Concerning the City of God Against the Pagans, in the late Henry Bettenson's translation from 1972 (available as a Penguin Classics paperback). Only 1,091 pages!
Anyone else going to start a...
Here's a rather silly-sounding question for everyone: do you wear your "Sunday Best" (whatever that may be) while live-streaming your church's service at home?
I was getting dressed this morning and began thinking about how, if at all, this season of live-streaming has altered what everyone would normally wear if attending the service in person.
Just wondering - do many Reformed Seminaries teach courses on logic. Specifically to equip pastors to use careful logical thinking in their ministry? I have a friend who did a course in logic at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Is this widespread at Reformed Seminaries?
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