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Expository Preachers and Expository Fathers

Posted on Apr. 11, 2007

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...


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The Sufficiency of Scripture at Work in the Family Integrated Church

Posted on Jul. 21, 2005

This article discusses how the recovery of the doctrine “Sola Scriptura” is vital to the reformation of the Church.

In Matthew 15:2-8, Jesus poses a very profound question to the Scribes and Pharisees, “And why do you yourselves transgress the commandment of God for the sake of your tradition?”...


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Living In Sodom: A Case Study, Part III (When Daughters Lose Hope)

Posted on May. 05, 2005

Even though the feminist agenda cheerily shouts, “You can have it all,” and “You’ve come a long way, baby,” daughters have a natural bent toward hopelessness. Everywhere they turn, they are confronted with their inadequacy. Whether the role model is Barbie or Brittany or Hillary, daughters can easily...


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Living In Sodom: Part II (Behavior Patterns Of Fathers Who Withdraw Protection From Daughters)

Posted on May. 05, 2005

Lot is an example of a father who did not protect his daughters. His lifestyle in Sodom worked to open the door to their vulnerability. He gives us some insight into behavior patterns that make their daughters vulnerable. The results of his syncretism were horrible. When Lot did what was socially...


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Living In Sodom: A Case Study, Part I (The Protection Of Daughters)

Posted on May. 05, 2005

As we survey the Scriptures, we find that the protection of daughters reached a low point in Lot’s household in Sodom. There are times in history that are better or worse for daughters, and this slice of history was one of the low watermarks.[1] The account of Lot and his daughters is found in Genesis...


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