Discipleship

Matthew 10:32-39 In 1519, Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes landed in Mexico and began his conquest of the Aztec Empire. The first order he gave on this new land was, “Burn the boats!” Cortes wanted his men to know there was no retreat—they must be fully committed to the conquest. Le
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Get Good At Coming Clean

Psalm 51 Second Samuel chapters eleven and twelve forms the back-story to this Psalm of confession from King David.  It is filled with what some would call mistakes or errors in judgment.  In fact, they were all sinful actions, some of the most egregious nature.   In the spring of eac
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Propriety In Worship

I Corinthians 11:3-16 So called ‘worship wars’ have been a feature of American church life for the last twenty-five years.  If it is musical style in question, acceptability ranges from the hip-hop and rap genre to the more conservative traditional mode, or even no music at all.  Not
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Freedom Must Be Balanced By Responsibility

Freedom Must Be Balanced By Responsibility 1 Corinthians 10:14-33 We should never rejoice at the problems another church is experiencing, but when it happens and they receive biblical counsel on how those problems should be addressed, we can benefit.  Such was the case in Corinth.  So
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