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Evangelistic Mothers in Fields Ripe Unto Harvest

Posted on Jan. 29, 2018

For mothers of children, the fields are ripe unto harvest - everyday. However, pastors sometimes make moms feel overwhelmed, guilty and even angry when they make broad appeals for more evangelistic fervor. The mothers of young children may be thinking, “Does he know what my life is like? Does he know how many diapers I change, tears I dry,...


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Unity in Your Family and Harmony with the Local Church

Posted on Jan. 29, 2018

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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Read2018 Webinar - Chris Law

Posted on Jan. 26, 2018

Chris Law and are on a live webinar to discuss the things we read over the past week as we are reading through the Bible. We will be on the line for 20 minutes to give some practical insights for families for the reading from the past week in Exodus and Matthew.

You can view the webinar here.


Expect Trials to Multiply

Posted on Jan. 26, 2018

Someone sent me this recently. Charles Spurgeon speaks of the trials and tribulations God’s people experience… especially as they get older and stronger. He says:

“God does not put heavy burdens on weak shoulders. God educates and tests our faith by trials that increase in proportion to our faith. God expects us to do adult work and to...


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Characteristics of False Repentance

Posted on Jan. 26, 2018

What are characteristics of false repentance?

Carlton McCleod explains in this video that it is often difficult to determine whether where a person is demonstrating true or false repentance from one encounter. False repentance springs up quickly and is accompanied by emotion but there is no life to it beyond the moment.

Simply because an...


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Age Integration - How one church made the transition

Posted on Jan. 25, 2018

Several years ago, Calvary Revival Chesapeake, pastored by Carlton McLeod, became a family-integrated church. They went to the Scriptures to address a pressing problem. The church was losing its children to the world. Carlton will tell you that often, returning to Scripture isn’t easy; it’s just worth it. Here is an audio Message Carlton...


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Why Is the Need for Repentance Sometimes Disregarded?

Posted on Jan. 25, 2018

Why is the need for repentance sometimes disregarded?

Anthony Mathenia explains in this video that many churches in our day ignore the need for reforms primarily because they are more concerned about pleasing people than they are of pleasing God.

We default to self-preservation. Repentance is not always easy. It is much easier to simply do what...


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William Perkins on How to Maintain a Good Reputation

Posted on Jan. 24, 2018

Do you have a good reputation? Solomon said that a good reputation was better than "silver and gold" (Prov. 22:1). The apostle Paul said one of the qualifications for deacons is that they must have “a good testimony” (1 Tim. 3:7). So how should we think of our reputations, when Jesus said, “Woe to you when men speak well of you”  (Luke...


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Do You Apologize or Repent?

Posted on Jan. 24, 2018

What is the distinction between a mere apology and true biblical repentance?

Rob Ventura explains in this video that a mere apology conveys how a person feels, that they feel bad for what they did. Instead of apologizing, they need to repent. 

This involves explaining that they have sinned against that person and ask for the other person's...


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