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Feb 19, 2018
Evangelism, Podcast
Are You a Trustworthy Person? [Gospel Life Podcast]

Are You a Trustworthy Person? [Gospel Life Podcast]

Start each week with this encouragement to show and share the love of Jesus.

Are You a Trustworthy Person? [Gospel Life Podcast]

Today, Michael Hakmin Lee, Research Fellow at the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College, talks about trustworthy people and the credibility of others. Who you trust, and why? What does it mean to trust someone? How does this ...

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Feb 19, 2018
McLean Presbyterian, future plans, college

Words of Wisdom for Those Graduating High School and Beyond

God has a plan. He will pursue you. He will use you mightily—just trust him.
Words of Wisdom for Those Graduating High School and Beyond
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Recently, McLean Presbyterian church in Virginia tweeted a question out to several evangelical leaders in preparation for an upcoming weekend youth retreat. Their request: words of wisdom to share with seniors in high school as they prepare to navigate the challenges of life ...

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Feb 17, 2018
small town, rural church, fish bowl

Rural Fish Bowl

Pastor Dad needs to be just Dad.

Growing up in a rural town, I came to understand the lack of privacy just by picking up the local newspaper. Our local gossip column was called “Out and About.” It kept everyone in the loop of how many ladies made it to bridge club that week and that Ida Hayes was ...

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Feb 16, 2018
onward, orchard, graduate, evangelism, leadership

Church-Based Academic Partnerships—How the Church and the Academy Can Better Connect to Raise Up and Train

Students receive practical ministry training, in context, when church and academia partner.
Church-Based Academic Partnerships—How the Church and the Academy Can Better Connect to Raise Up and Train

Ed Stetzer: Why bring the church and the academy together? Why is that important?

Colin Smith: Study matters, but so does hands-on experience. So bringing what can best be learned in the classroom together with what can best be learned in the church offers the best way to equip ...

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Feb 15, 2018
Stoneman Shooting, Church United, Prayer Vigil

Shootings, Grace, and the Gospel: An Interview with Pastor Eddie Bevill of Parkridge Church on the Parkland Shooting

Parkridge Church met in the high school for 7 years—now they're hosting a vigil for those killed in the shooting.
Shootings, Grace, and the Gospel: An Interview with Pastor Eddie Bevill of Parkridge Church on the Parkland Shooting
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Another tragedy has struck our nation, this time at a high school in Parkland, Florida. According to reports, it’s one of the nation’s deadliest attacks at a high school. My heart dropped when I heard the news yesterday. Another community, and more families, wrecked ...

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Feb 14, 2018
olympics, eric liddell, chariots of fire

The Olympics Have Begun! What Can We Learn from the Top Athletes?

Is physical activity, like running, swimming, and dancing, an act of worship unto the Lord?
The Olympics Have Begun! What Can We Learn from the Top Athletes?
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Just last week, the torch in Pyeonchang, South Korea, was lit; the 2018 Winter Olympic Games have begun. Over the next week or so, the world will watch as teams compete in a myriad of events from bobsledding to biathlons across the snowy slopes.

Athletic events like this are ...

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Feb 14, 2018
marriage, love, valentine's day, romance

Love & Marriage… Go Together Like… A Few Comments on the Covenantal Practice Today

Marriage is a created good, is not a ‘must,’ isn’t easy.
Love & Marriage… Go Together Like… A Few Comments on the Covenantal Practice Today
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Less than a year ago, an article was published in Huffington Post entitled “Is Marriage an Outdated Tradition?” As it seems, the authors answer is: yes.

Sadly, many Americans would agree.

According to a report issued by the Center for Disease Control in March of 2016, ...

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