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Ten Reasons to Memorize Big Chunks of the Bible

by Jon Bloom – You can memorize big chunks, even books, of the Bible. Unless you’re part of the very small percentage of us who suffer from a traumatic brain injury or stroke or disability, you really can. And you should. But why should you? 1. Because you have a bad memory. Don’t say you… Keep Reading

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Everyone Is a Prayer Novice

by Scott Boren – Everyone is a prayer novice. With that in mind, take a deep breath and relax. Let any pressure you feel about prayer or being spiritual roll off of you. It does not matter if you are a brand new Jesus follower or if you have seen God work great miracles over… Keep Reading

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The Faithful Church

by Darryl Dash – It looked like the church would die. The charts showed decades of decline. The roof was leaking, the congregation aging, and the former pastor had left in a scandal. The neighborhood was undesirable. There were a few bright spots, but you had to use your imagination to see them. The odds… Keep Reading

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Is a Plurality of Elders Necessary in the Local Church?

by Josh Buice – Is it absolutely necessary for the freedom and vitality of the United States for a president to lead the people? While there may be many opinions on that very subject, it would not be necessary for our nation to be led by a president. If our nation decided to change the… Keep Reading

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Four Practical Reasons for Small Groups

by Rick Warren – We may attract attenders through preaching, but disciples are made in small groups. When you’re leading a campaign, like 40 Days of Prayer, or anytime in the future as you lead your congregation toward a deeper relationship with Jesus, you’ll want to explain to your members why small groups are so… Keep Reading

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Examine Yourself

If sin and unrighteousness characterize your life, there is a possibility you are a disobedient Christian—but there is a greater possibility you are not a Christian at all. John MacArthur Keep Reading

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Is Church Membership Biblical?

by Matt Chandler – “The spouse of Christ cannot be adulterous; she is uncorrupted and pure. She knows one home; she guards with chaste modesty the sanctity of one couch. She keeps us for God. She appoints the sons whom she has born for the kingdom. Whoever is separated from the Church and is joined… Keep Reading

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The Key to Choosing Songs for Your Congregation

by Jamie Brown – There are few responsibilities that a worship leader should take more seriously than choosing songs for his or her congregation to sing. In the words of the theologian Gordon Fee, “show me a church’s songs and I’ll show you their theology.” With centuries of older songs, and an ever-increasing library of… Keep Reading

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Can a Christian Lose Salvation?

by Adrian Warnock – Can I be sure I am going to Heaven? In one of my recent articles, a pastor from the 1600s offered the suffering Christian the encouragement that whatever they are suffering here on earth is “all the hell you shall ever know.” A commentator on that post asked “Can a Christian… Keep Reading

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