No Fear of Accusations of Legalism

Posted by NCFIC on Jun. 23, 2016

One of the most damaging things that can happen to a modern christian is to be accused of legalism or moralism. However, we must make it plain that obedience to God’s commands is not necessarily legalism or moralism even though we live in an environment where obedience has gone out of style and judgment for disobedience is thought to be...

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Unity in Your Family, and Harmony with the Local Church

Posted by NCFIC on Jun. 20, 2016

Scripture makes it clear that parents are primarily responsible for the discipleship of their children. But that’s not all. The local church has also been given a significant role in that same work of discipleship through preaching, fellowship, hospitality, discipleship, prayer and evangelism. At the National Center for Family-Integrated...

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How Forgiveness and Fear of God are Connected

Posted by NCFIC on Jun. 17, 2016

Al Martin urges to grow our fear by growing our awareness of forgiveness:

Therefore if you would have the fear of God sustained in your heart, feed your soul on God's forgiveness. Don't allow yourself to go back under the terrors of the law that will drive you from Him. Allow yourself to bask in the mystery of His forgiveness and stand amazed...

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Overview of the Book of Acts - Listen Live

Posted by NCFIC on Jun. 16, 2016

At 5:00 today, we will enter into the world of the early church, praying that we would be instructed and changed as we rediscover the early church of Jesus Christ, looking for how we might the transformed.

Acts is one of the most exciting books of the Bible for it is full of action and ideas and conflict. The central concern of the book of...

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Beauty for Ashes

Posted by NCFIC on Jun. 14, 2016

In order to explain the power of the gospel, the good news, Isaiah desires to take us through remarkable scenes of life. In some places in Isaiah, he takes us over land and sea to explain it. Now in this passage, he takes us to preaching and a wedding. This whole story begins with a person preaching. But who is listening? It is the poor,...

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Expository Preachers and Expository Fathers

Posted by NCFIC on Jun. 13, 2016

The doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture is the hallmark doctrine of the National Center for Family Integrated Churches. It is the pivotal principle around which all matters of faith and practice must revolve. Given this fact, our great desire at the NCFIC is that the people of God would be satisfied with Scripture alone and that we would...

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Returning to God’s Design for Communicating the Gospel in the Church

Posted by NCFIC on Jun. 06, 2016

The Mission of the National Center for Family Integrated Churches:

1. Proclaim the sufficiency of scripture for church and family life
2. Promote the centrality of the church in God’s plan for families
3. Recover the biblical doctrines of manhood and womanhood in church and family life
4. Explain the complementary roles of church and...

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A Daily Video Devotional on the Fear of God

Posted by NCFIC on Jun. 01, 2016

We are praying for a revival of the fear of God in our hearts, homes and churches.

This is why today, we are launching a daily devotional on the Fear of God. We have over 90 short video clips from our friends Joel Beeke, Paul Washer, Jason Dohm, Craig Houston, Kevin Swanson, Malamuolo Chindongo, Paul Thompson and many more. We pray that these...

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Memorial Day - Remembering Important Lessons from Iwo Jima

Posted by NCFIC on May. 26, 2016

It is good for us to examine history and learn from the events that God, by His sovereignty, has chosen to bring to pass. As we approach Memorial Day, there is one event that I want to focus on: Iwo Jima. During this season of history, there are many lessons on trials, manhood and courage that we ought to be teaching our families.

The reality...

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No Fear of God Before Their Eyes

Posted by NCFIC on May. 26, 2016

The ungodly, as they view and live life, as they carry our their desires and ambitions, do so devoid of the fear of God. When someone has just had his picture taken with a flash camera, he will have a bright spot before his eyes for the next minute or two. Everything he looks at will appear to have that bright spot superimposed on it. He can't...

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