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Aug 29
Sam Crabtree
We don’t need better, cleaner noise than the heathen. We need silence. —R.C. Sproul Jr., from “The Silence of the Lambs” in Tabletalk, January 2013
Aug 29
Jason Meyer
The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany my sermon on August 30/31, “The Painful Joy of Repentance” (2 Corinthians 7:8–13a). The questions can be used for discussion in small groups or for...
Aug 28
Pam Larson
Women's Ministry is hosting tables following services the next two weekends and we would be delighted to help you register for one of 21 different Bible study classes offered this Fall! Can't stop by a table Aug 30/31 or Sept 6/7?  Here...
Aug 28
Sam Crabtree
Men that have their spirits heated, and enraged and rising in bitter resentment when they are injured, act as if they thought some strange thing had happened to them. Whereas they are very foolish in so thinking; for it is no strange thing at all,...
Aug 27
Sam Crabtree
Digging through some old files, I came across some notes from a lecture I attended of Henry Cloud, the clinical psychologist who wrote Boundaries: When to Say Yes and When to Say No to Take Control of Your Life. My notes include the following three...
Aug 26
Sam Crabtree
Walter Wangerin provides this insightful autobiographical sketch in As for Me and My House, a book on marriage that I highly recommend: In the fifth grade, Alice Kleinhans whispered, as I walked through the classroom, “He walks like a girl!” Was she...
Aug 25
Sam Crabtree
How would the mindset of modern day worshipers be shaped if on their way into the worship services they had to pass between rows of headstones, as was the case in certain times and places where the church cemetery was just outside the church door?
Aug 22
Sam Crabtree
Jim Elliot (1927–1956) wrote, “The devil has made it his business to monopolize on three elements: noise, hurry, crowds … Satan is quite aware of the power of silence.” —Quoted by Burk Parsons in Tabletalk, January 2013
Aug 21
Sam Crabtree
Digging through my files in search of something else, I came across this poem by Lois Kendall Blanchard Eades, English professor, poet, and mother of a university president. She died three years ago with Alzheimer’s. If Jesus came to your house to...
Aug 21
Pam Larson
We are aware of the command and the great need to pass on to the next generation a legacy of biblical womanhood. Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine. They are to teach what is good, and so train...

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