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What Every Church Needs

Jacob Rutledge In our consumer-driven culture, people are enticed to constantly be on the lookout for a better deal. Whether it’s the best bargain on a new car or the best job offer on the table, we naturally look out for our best interest. This mentality influences what we look for in a church as well. Instead of looking for a congregation that stands for truth, ministers to the poor, and seeks the lost, we often scope out congregations that…
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What’s Your Story?

When I was a child, my mother used to read me a story called “Dinosaur Dream” by author Dennis Nolan. It was a wonderful tale of a young boy who is surprised to discover an infant dinosaur scratching at his door one night. The book covers their adventure as young Gideon attempts to lead the creature back home. Recently, I bought the same book for my son and read it to him at night. I love a good story (I…

A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 47

One of my favorite scenes in C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe” is when the new kings and queens are coronated. The regality associated with a coronation is a glorious occasion. As Americans we struggle to grasp such an image because of our resistance to royalty. Yet, when a good and righteous king/queen is crowned, the people rejoice as they anticipate the new blessings that will come with their reign. Throughout the Psalms, we witness several moments…

A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 12

When Peter preached on the day of Pentecost, he pleaded with the people to be “saved from the corrupt generation” (Acts 2:40). This seems odd. Isn’t every generation corrupted by sin? No doubt, yet there seems to be certain generations so corrupted by sin that they can be comparatively worse than previous or future ones. Certain generations, due to the influence of the church and historical/cultural changes, conform more to truth and goodness; others, in reaction to those generations, swing…