Wednesdays on the Word: Found in Christ

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Paul’s letters are chocked full of amazingly deep theology. Whether its the revelation of God’s plan for Jews and Gentiles in Romans 9-11, the divinity of Jesus in Philippians 2:5-11, or his reflections on the nature of the church in the Pastoral Epistles, Paul has bequeathed to the church a treasure-trove through his writings. One of the […]

Wednesdays on the Word: Is Jesus God?

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Church history is a fascinating subject. Whether its the Reformation period or the Middle Ages, Christians have thought deeply about God and the Bible. However, the most vibrant (and vital) period in church history belongs to the Early Church era, spanning from the death of the apostles to the death of Augustine. Why should this […]

Wednesdays on the Word: On Mission in the Presence of the Lord

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John Piper famously begins his work Let the Nations Be Glad! with a declaration of the crucial importance of missions: “Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn’t.” The heartbeat of missions is Jesus Christ, the resurrected Lord of the universe. Since the church’s foundation, the gospel […]