Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Brutally Realistic Yet Glorious Vision of Marriage

Few things can impact our quality of life the way marriage can. A healthy marriage can give us a sense of security and joy even when everything else in life seems to be falling apart. A broken marriage can sap … Continue reading

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Happy International Women’s Day!

If you click today’s Google doodle you are going to find a bunch of links to International Women’s Day. You are going to find people looking back on the political gains women have made over the years. You are going … Continue reading

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The Empty Promises of Money, Sex, and Power

This Saturday we are starting a new small group study in Counterfeit Gods: The Empty Promises of Money, Sex, and Power and the Only Hope That Matters by Timothy Keller. Watch this video to hear the author explain why he … Continue reading

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Worship is not a concert or a lecture but a banquet

In their third conversation about worship Kevin Twit, Isaac Wardell, and Mike Cosper discuss the dangers of idolizing youth culture in worship. It’s incredibly helpful to think of worship music as a family event. When we sing songs at my … Continue reading

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