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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Leaders Who Commend the Gospel"

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This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Leaders Who Commend the Gospel, given on January 14, 2017.   This past Sunday, Pastor CJ spoke of a special kind of leadership role in our church called an Overseer or Elder. He shared with us from God’s Word that Paul had entrusted Titus with a very important assignment in a place called Crete where the early ...

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Sermon Quotes | "Leaders Who Commend the Gospel"

“Today we neglect giving proper attention to leadership issues in the church at our peril and the church’s detriment. Not only will the church, God’s household, not be properly led and managed, but it will also be rendered vulnerable to the influence of false teaching, worldliness, and a variety of countervailing cultural and social trends.” Andreas...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Zealous: Living to Commend the Gospel"

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This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Zealous: Living to Commend the Gospel, given on January 7, 2017.   Think about the last time you got really angry. Maybe you were mad at your brother or sister for taking something you were playing with. Maybe your friend said he (or she) didn’t want to play with you. It’s normal for all of us to feel ang...

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Sermon Quotes | "Zealous: Living to Commend the Gospel"

“This is a short epistle, but a model of Christian doctrine, in which is comprehended in a masterful way all that is necessary for a Christian to know and live.” Martin Luther “Titus was the man for a tough assignment. There are two kinds of people…people who can make a bad situation worse, and people who can bring order out of chaos. Titus was th...

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Sermon Quotes: "Help to the End for 2018"

“Surely there are not greater qualities of God than these where the people of God are concerned. All God’s thoughts and actions toward us flow from love and persist in faithfulness.” James Boice “It is possible here that the answer was first and foremost the boldness itself which made David equal to the occasion. It is not always the situation whic...

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