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

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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The Glory of the Holy Spirit in the Work of Evangelism

How can we avoid misguided evangelism?

Don Hart explains in this video that there is a lot of well-intentioned evangelism that is misguided. For instance, there are those who believe that salvation is dependent on the sovereignty of man instead of the sovereignty of God. There are those that believe we are responsible for anyone who goes to...

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Gospel Refreshers: Steve Lawson’s impromptu Gospel presentation.

The gospel is very simply Jesus Christ. Who among us is tired of hearing of the Lord Jesus Christ? He is the Son of God, the Son of Man; Sent into this world to be born of a virgin that He might be sinless and that He might be born under the law to keep the very law that you and I break day after day after day. The perfect sinless Son of God...

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Is There a Regulative Principle of Worship

In what situations does the regulative principle apply?

In this video, Sam Waldron answers the question, "Is there a regulative principle of worship?" He explains that he believes it means that God regulates worship in a way that is different from the rest of life.

Some individuals assert that the regulative principle applies to all of life...

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George Whitefield on Evangelism

Over the course of our evangelism conference last weekend, I came across this quote from George Whitefield:

“God forbid that I should travel with anybody a quarter of an hour without speaking of Christ to them.”

If you'd like to read more about Whitefield, I recommend The Evangelistic Zeal of George Whitefield.

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The Law For Believers

How does a Christian view the law of God differently after being saved?

Jason Dohm explains in this video that for believers, the law does not condemn them. God has changed roles. For the unbeliever, who call "good" the things that God declares are evil, God is a righteous, holy, all-powerful judge who condemns them. He uses his law to bring...

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What Confident and Humble Prayer Looks Like

John speaks of two categories of prayer: prayer for brethren and prayer for those who show every evidence that they are bound for Hell. Notice there are two categories of prayer in these verses, and he speaks of two goals of prayer: The first goal for prayer for sanctification – turning away from sin progressively, while the second is for...

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The Hardest Things About Family Worship

What is possibly the most difficult part about family worship?

Joel Beeke explains in this video that one of the hardest things about family worship is the part where the father applies and practically teaches their family after they've read the Scripture. It is difficult and challenging to pray for your family but the hardest part may be...

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