Wednesday, April 29, 2009

New Book: Big Truths for Young Hearts

Bruce Ware has a new book coming out tomorrow that I have not yet read but that has received wonderful reviews so far. I will be reviewing this book in the next couple of weeks, but I feel pretty confident in recommending this book to parents now. The books is titled, Big Truths for Young Hearts: Teaching and Learning the Greatness of God. You can find a review of the book here, and a Q&A with Bruce Ware here.
Parents and Children's workers should take a serious look at this book.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

A different Kind of Sermon

A couple of years ago I was introduced to Sermon Jams. Essentially, Sermon Jams are portions of sermons set to a beat, usually a hip-hop beat. Since then, I have become a huge fan. The guys with this ministry now have five volumes of Sermon Jams available for free download at (I would reccommend volume 5, Strength Remix by Piper). One of my favorites comes from Ravi Zacharias and can be seen and heard below. This is a great and unique ministry that you may find beneficial.

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Matt Chandler Video on Irrevrent Silly Myths

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Monday, April 20, 2009

Great Sundays Make Great Mondays

Mondays are tough, no doubt about that. But, I have come to realize that showing up at the office on Monday is not so bad when it is preceded by a great Sunday. I'm thankful for a church family that gives me so many wonderful Sundays.

Yesterday was a great Sunday for us. God blessed us with the presence of his Holy Spirit in an amazing way and for that reason, I am anxious and excited to work and study today. May God give us all many more great Mondays in the future because of great Sundays of worship.

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Thursday, April 09, 2009

Recessions and Religion

Revivals are often birthed out of recessions, out of tough times. Three things go up in recessions: church attendance, bar attendance, and movie attendance. Why those three things? They represent the three things people are looking for: meaning, connection, and relief.
- Pastor Rick Warren

More on this later

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Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Emotional (Angry?) Preaching

I've built upon my short post on this site earlier this week and have written an article about Hard Hitting Preaching which you can find here.

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