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David Platt on American Wealth

At the recent Together for the Gospel conference, David Platt, author of Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream, delivers a message on “The Fuel of Death-Defying Missions.”
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A Lesson From the Life of Steve Jobs

There have been many posts about Steve Jobs’ recent death. Ed Stetzer writes about how Steve’s slow decline from public view pushes us to live in light of eternity. Justin Taylor writes about it at The Gospel Coalition yesterday, and he writes about the Gospel According to Steve Jobs today. And I particularly loved the blog Mike Anderson wrote for The Resurgence.
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Live Sent: Some Reflections

One of the books I’ve been reading lately is Jason Dukes’ new book, Live Sent:You Are a Letter. I’ll be doing a more detailed review of the whole book later, but several things struck a chord that I felt I needed to go ahead and share over the next couple of posts. Don’t worry, I won’t ruin the book for you 🙂 Continue reading

Delighting in Leviticus?

This is an excerpt of The Gospel Coalition’s blog: Daring to Delight in Leviticus. Collin Hansen interviews Jay Sklar, associate professor of Old Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary, on how to best study, understand, and preach Leviticus.

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Death By Love

Have you ever felt that you are too far away from God? Have you ever felt like you have done so much wrong that there isn’t a way you can make up for it? Have you ever felt worthless because of something that has been done to you? Have you ever felt like there aren’t any good examples for you to follow? Have you ever felt like God is mad at you for something you have done, or for something you failed to do? Have you ever felt completely hopeless?

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