10 Reasons Racism Is Sin

Racism exists in this fallen world. We know that it is sin. Read this article by Kevin DeYoung to learn 10 reasons why it is sin and offensive to God.

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Biblical Counseling Versus Secular Counseling

What is secular counseling and how does it differ from biblical counseling? Let us quickly look at just a few difference and learn how God’s way is better than man’s way.

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The Tongue, the Bridle, and the Blessing: An Exposition of James 3:1-12

In theme with our Radix topic, this sermon focuses directly on our speech and the verses pertaining. Our tongues are small but powerful. James 3 says "no human being can tame the tongue." Only the Lord Himself is able to do so. Here, then, are twenty resolutions on the use of the tongue to which the letter’s teaching gives rise.

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Women, Wage War Against Lust

“I sat quietly as prayer requests were shared. Typical answers were offered: busyness, health, etc. Until I heard my own struggle spoken through the words of another woman, and I realized I wasn’t alone. We were both battling a lustful heart.”

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Adoption

God has good works for us. We must be a people who walk in them for the good of others and the glory of Christ. This is the continuation on the topic of Christlike service. We will look at what the Bible say about reaping what you sow, Christ’s humility, and favoritism.

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The Significance of the Church

This sermon from Trip Lee is a helpful reminder that we must love the church before we can love missions. If we are faithful to serve the church, we are more likely to be faithful on the mission field.

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I’m Tired and Busy. How Do I Make Time for the Bible?

Not the one I had in mind but just read this one and it hit home and I think that this would be valuable to our students. “Don’t leave the word to fill the cracks. Force other things into the cracks. They will get done. You will pay your bills if you read your Bible. You will, I promise.”

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The Heart of Service, Part 2

God has good works for us. We must be a people who walk in them for the good of others and the glory of Christ. This is the continuation on the topic of Christlike service. We will look at what the Bible say about reaping what you sow, Christ’s humility, and favoritism.

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Sowing and Reaping

“You reap what you sow, serve in the Spirit and gain grand reward!"

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You Have More Time for Bible Reading than You Think

We all have a laundry list of excuses as to why we don’t have time for this or that. The truth is, none of us has a good enough excuse for not reading the Word of God. This is a short, but detailed description of the average time spent on everyday tasks and a comparison of how much time it takes to read various books of the Bible. Definitely worth your time!

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The Heart of Service, Part 1

We are commanded to serve God and man. The Bible says much in this area. Read this article to be challenged on how you can grow more like Jesus in your service in this two part article.

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Looking for Life in Pleasure

This is one message from Rick Holland's Looking for Life in all the Wrong Places series, which is a study of the book of Ecclesiastes.

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What if I Never Get Better?

It can be difficult to know what to say when a friend is suffering and especially for a long period of time or even indefinitely. This can give us insight as to how to encourage our brothers and sisters who have family members diagnosed with cancer, on the long road to recovery after a car accident, or themselves with a painful illness and no real end in sight.

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Reflecting on God's Faithfulness

Sometimes life can be busy. In that business it can be difficult to stop and remember our past weeks and months that have been filled with Christ’s faithfulness. Read this article to be reminded of the importance of reflecting on how God has been faithful to you this past year.

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Self Examination is a Community Project
We Serve God by Serving Others

God is far more interested in why you serve others than in how well you serve them. He’s always looking at your heart, serving willingly and eagerly out of love for Jesus and gratitude for all he’s done for you.

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Development in Discipleship

Discipleship is an ongoing process because the goal is to become like Christ. This article has reminders of how Jesus led His disciples. Whether you have been discipling for years or new to leading others as you imitate Christ, there is wisdom found in God’s truth that can help you grow in how to disciple like Jesus.

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The Renewed Mind

Warning against the church losing its mind. The way to change your heart is by renewing your mind, Romans 12.

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Love the Life You Never Wanted

The reality is that all of us can imagine something better for ourselves than our circumstances today. The greater reality is that, if you love and follow Jesus, God always writes a better story for you than you would write for yourself.

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Is My Soul Panting?

Why is it so difficult to focus even in just a few minutes of prayer? What does God require of our hearts when it comes to desiring Him? This is a brief encouragement to take the flesh seriously, understand how it battles against us in the daily Christian fight, and put to death the deeds of the flesh by the Holy Spirit.

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