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Albert Mohler: "How Can I Best Prepare Students to Live Their Faith out in Public Schools?"

From Ligonier Ministries: "Children face many challenges to their faith in school. How should parents and teachers respond? From our 2017 National Conference, Albert Mohler explains how and why we must teach young people to turn to the Word of God"[Video here]....

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Thomas Schreiner: "Beware Theological Dangers on Both Left and Right"

"Paul charges Timothy to 'guard the good deposit' (2 Tim. 1:14), which is the gospel of Jesus Christ. We're to remain vigilant in guarding the gospel because both the Scriptures and also church history remind us that many have swerved from the truth. Even a cursory reading of the New Testament reveals that upholding the truth and the purity of the gospel has been a challen...

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Hearing God's Word During Your Workweek

The most public ministry of the Word typically occurs on Sunday mornings, during the worship service. As a minister of the gospel, it's my great privilege - along with other preachers approved by our elders - to preach God's Word to the family of God at Willow Creek. It's an awe-inspiring and humbling truth that, inasmuch as a sermon faithfully proclaims the Scriptures, Go...

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Recommended Resource | "Mom, Dad...What's Sex?"

A child's simple question - "What's sex?" - can be one of the more difficult for parents to answer. Thankfully, in Mom, DadWhat's Sex: Giving Your Kids a Gospel-Centered View of Sex and Our Culture, Jessica Thompson and Joel Fitzpatrick thoroughly equip their readers with honest, helpful, and surprisingly healing insight. I consider this book a must read, the best on the s...

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PK Recommends: "Saving Grace: Daily Devotions from Jack Miller"

saving grace

I had a meeting yesterday with two friends. Over coffee, we talked about the gospel and how desperately our exhausted world needs the good news of God's inexhaustible grace. More specifically, we spoke about how easily we can forget the newsness of life that is now ours in Christ by grace. We default to living in fear, out of our former identity - rather than resting in ou...

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