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‘Evangelicals and the Bible’ A History Symposium to honor David Bebbington

I am so glad that I serve a church that allows me time off for personal improvement. This past week, I ran off to Baylor University in Waco, Texas. The university was hosting a symposium in honor of my PhD supervisor David Bebbington. David recently retired from the University of Stirling and is completing one final semester teaching at Baylor (at least for now). Thomas Ki...

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New Elder!

We are pleased to introduce, Michael Hutchison our newest elder to the community. Mike was confirmed by our congregation this past Sunday. If you haven't gotten to know him yet, make sure you do. Below is a brief biography. Thanks for serving us, brother! Mike Hutchison, Elder Mike grew up in a really small town (Pratt, 660 people) in rural West Virginia and came to fa...

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Is He worthy?

Last year I had the privilege of attending the Sing! Conference. At one point, Andrew Peterson came to the stage to sing his song 'Is He Worthy?' from his album, Resurrection Letters, Vol. 1. If you are unfamiliar with the song, it is a confession of call and response from the congregation. The song begins with an admission that we live in a broken world and we are compl...

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Eric Geiger’s 10 Commandments for College Students

Many of us have children that are headed back to college. Eric Geiger is one of my favorite authors and researchers. He sent out a list this past week that shows a practical use of the Ten Commandments for college students. I shared this with my daughters and thought I would share it with you. http://ericgeiger.com/2019/08/10-commandments-for-college-students/ By the...

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