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What Pastor Blair Has Been Reading (from January 2020 through March 2020)

What Pastor Blair Has Been Reading (from January 2020 through March 2020) Beeke, Joel Rob Wynalda. Matthew: The 17:18 Series. Grand Rapids: ReformationHeritage, 2014. The 17:18 series is based upon Deuteronomy 17:18 which specified that the ling of Israel was to write out all the books of the law by hand. Reformation Heritage has created a journal for each book of t...

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Greetings, Dear Neighbors

Greetings to you, dear neighbors. While we wish we were meeting you in different circumstances, we are glad you are here on our blog. In these unsettling times, we want to serve you. We want you to know that even in these days of trial, you can have peace. This ravaging virus reminds us that peace cannot be found in this world. Disease, financial hardship, and the shadow ...

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Remember to Pray

On Wednesday,I asked for all of us to come together on Friday, March 20 to pray over the COVID-19 pandemic. As believers, this is our first line of defense. We know God Almighty is completely Sovereign over this worldwide virus. It hasn't taken Him by surprise. With that said, I believe it is our privilege and duty to pray right now. Here are a few things we can pray for: ...

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Important Church Information

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Thank you for taking the time for reading this email.It will hopefully answer most of the questions you have in our church's response to the COVID-19 crisis.We want to apologize for what may be considered a delayed response. But as you can imagine, the state of national affairs has been radically changing from hour to hour. And rather than respo...

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What Pastor Blair Has Been Reading (from October 2019 through December 2019)

What Pastor Blair Has Been Reading (from October 2019 through December 2019) Angel, Sivert, Hallgeir Elstad, Eivor Andersen Oftestad (eds). Were We Ever Protestants?Essays in Honor of Tarald Rasmussen. De Gruyter: Berlin, 2019. This is a festschrift for Taral Rasmussen, a well-regarded historian at the University of Oslo. He has been teaching at that institution sin...

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God is Love!

God is LOVE! "Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God andknows God. Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love." 1 John 4:7-8 What a wonderful statement! This past week for our integrated Sunday School hour, we looked at the implications of a triune God who has manifested His love to His crea...

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Coronavirus

Dear Church Family, I wanted to let you know that the church staff has been staying aware of all developments from the CDC regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). First, we have been praying for the infected areas. God is sovereign over every situation. At this point, there are no plans to cancel any services or domestic mission trips (though we may have some international ...

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Top Ten Books Pastor Blair Read in 2019

Last week, I shared Donald Whitney's Ten Questions to ask for a new year. I wrote how the questions help me set goals for the upcoming year. Coupled with that, I am frequently asked about my reading. Someone asked me recently, 'how are you able to stay disinclined with the volume of books you read?' I mostly read for professional development. With one or two exceptions, I...

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Achieving 2020 Vision in 2020

I know we are a week away from the New Year. But once again, I would like to share a spiritual discipline with you that has given me great advantage. I am a goal-oriented type of person. In my work, I tend to make lists that keep me on track. I have various calendars in which I can mark progress. Give me a target that I can aim for, and I will get results. But the opposite...

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Having God Speak to You On a Regular Basis

In the sermon this past week, we spoke about how God speaks to you through his word. Regular Bible reading shapes our conscience and creates avenues in our thoughts in which the Holy Spirit prompts us toward sanctification. But in order for this to happen, we must be diligent to take in the word. Eric Geiger offers this helpful (and encouraging) article about how to begin...

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