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Free Download of Family Foundations in Sound Doctrine - Chapter 3

Posted by Scott Brown on Apr. 24, 2015

God's Sovereignty and man's responsibility - this theme has been the subject of much debate throughout church history. If God's sovereign, then why do we need to evangelize? Why do we need to pray? Doesn't man have a free will? 

Questions like these and many others show just how critical it is that we have a biblical understanding of the...

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NCFIC Declaration: Article VI - Families May Be Divided by the Gospel

Posted by Scott Brown on Apr. 23, 2015

We affirm that the gospel may divide families, because the gospel can “set a man at variance against his father,” that “He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me,” and that we ought to obey God rather than man if there be any conflict between the commands of a husband or parent and the commands of God (Matt....

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I’m Preaching at Grace Fellowship Church on Sunday

Posted by Scott Brown on Apr. 22, 2015

I am really looking forward to being with the saints at Grace Fellowship Church in Grayville, Illinois. I very much resonate with the way they frame the distinctives of the church.

Family Worship - Advice for Busy Fathers

Posted by Scott Brown on Apr. 22, 2015

Fathers are busy, they've got a full-time job, they've got all kinds of responsibilities, a lot of the fathers here are elders or deacons or ministers as well. I think the best preparation to really be effective at family worship is to be prayerful yourself, and to have a secret life of communion with God and feel the burden of the souls of...

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Come to The Highway of Holiness Conference

Posted by Scott Brown on Apr. 21, 2015

Consider joining us at our national conference, "The Highway of Holiness" at the Ridgecrest Christian Conference Center in Asheville, NC, Oct. 29-31. 

Robert Murray McCheyne on the “Vast Importance of Church Discipline”

Posted by Scott Brown on Apr. 20, 2015

Robert Murray McCheyne speaks of his early avoidance and abhorrence of church discipline, as well as the change that took place:

"When I first entered the work of the ministry among you, I was exceedingly ignorant of the vast importance of church discipline. I thought that my great and almost only work was to pray and preach. I saw your souls...

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