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Order of Service | January 25, 2015

SGCL order of service for January 25, 2015....

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Building Community

Last Tuesday night the Kauflin community group had the joy of gathering with Steve Whitacre’s group for an evening of great food and fellowship at EP Tom Sawyer Park. Chad and Casey Hester administrated the event and Julie Kauflin came through with some award winning smoked BBQ. While you might think it was just a picnic, it became an opportunity for over fifty adul...

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Update from Australia

CJ asked if I could give a report of the time Julie and I spent in Australia. God gave us what seemed to be a fruitful time while we were down under. After a day of adjusting to the 14 hour time zone difference, we spent two days with the Sovereign Grace Church in Sydney, led by Dave Taylor, on their annual church retreat. I taught three times on topics related to worship...

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Here is Love - New Verses

On Sunday, we sang a familiar song with some new verses. Some of you may have been curious about where these new verses come from. When were in Bath, England for WorshipGod UK, one of the highlights was hearing from three younger men who are serving the church there with their leadership and songwriting gifts. One of them was Matt Giles, who is a worship pastor at a New Fr...

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Highlights from the Anchored Conference

This past weekend, I had the privilege of participating in the Anchored Conference in Phoenix, led by Rick Holland. Anchored is geared primarily to college students, but numerous families and older couples attended. The conference is a follow up to the Resolved conference, which ran for 8 years. I had the privilege of joining speakers like Steve Lawson, Jonathan Rourke,...

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Sermon Outline for Mark 4:35-41: "Something Realer Than Real"

God's Word rightly preached and applied produces transformed lives. That's why we want to do all we can to make sure the effects of a Sunday sermon extend beyond that day, informing our daily thoughts, prayers, and conversation with others. So each week we'll post the sermon outline so that you can quickly revisit the main points of Sunday's message. ...

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Update from South Africa

I’m writing from Johannesburg, South Africa, where CJ and I, along with Ligon Duncan, Kevin DeYoung, and Mark Dever, have been participating in the Rezolution Conference. It’s been a full and fruitful time, due in large part I’m sure to prayers from back home. Words can’t adequately express our gratefulness to you for praying....

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Headed to South Africa

Yesterday, I boarded a plane from Louisville to Atlanta, where I boarded another plane that would take me the 17 hours to Johannesburg, South Africa. That's right. 17 hours. I have the privilege of leading the music for numerous conferences that are part of the Rezolution event. CJ will also be participating in, along with Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, and Kevin DeYoung....

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How Should We Respond to the Newtown Tragedy?

Dr. Albert Mohler released a special edition of his broadcast The Briefing in response to the recent shootings in an elementary school in Newtown Connecticut. We think you’ll be helped and encouraged by it....

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Sunday's Corporate Confession & Assurance of Pardon

Recently, Jeff Purswell led us in a congregational confession. Here’s a transcript of what he said:  We just sang the line, “We will proclaim your power to save”. One of the ways we proclaim His power to save when we gather is to proclaim our inability to save ourselves. Every Christian here is familiar with confessing their sin before God, but thro...

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Why We End Our Sunday Meetings with a Benediction

Each Sunday at Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville one of the pastors ends our meeting with a benediction, which literally means "good word". This past Sunday, Jeff Purswell explained why. Listen to the audio or read the transcript below. We end our Sunday meetings with what's called a benediction. We do this, not because churches do this. We do this, not to honor some...

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