Tag Archives: Gospel Power

Cicada Skins, The Glory of God, and Things Worth Saving

Life: UnmaskedA while ago, I started being more authentic on the blog, and joined Joy, a writer I’ve come to know and respect, in sharing about life: unmasked, in which I share some of my struggles, questions, and failures. I may link up with her or I’ll do it on my own. Either way, I feel it’s important to live and write unmasked.
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Comfort, Idolatry, and Gospel Power

I’ve been going to The Porch at Watermark with my cousin off and on for a while, and I’ve been curious to see how their Sunday service flows in comparison. So, I decided to visit Watermark this weekend to check it out. Honestly, part of my curiosity was because at The Porch they offer solid teaching, but it seems to be sensitive toward unbelievers and new believers. There isn’t anything wrong with that, I just wanted to know if that’s how Sunday morning went or if the gospel came across more explicit. Not only did I get my answer, I also walked out with a gut check with a side of conviction.
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