Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Permanence of Marriage and the Gospel of Jesus Christ

As I mentioned in the sermon this morning, for those that would like a copy of the sermon outline on Mark 10:1-12 please see the link to the PDF file below. Thanks. The Permanence of Marriage and the Gospel of … Continue reading

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Till Death Do Us Part

Mark 10:1-12 is an amazingly beautiful word about marriage. This is my text for tomorrow’s sermon. In this song by Matthew Mayfield I hear its echo (lyrics below). The sunlight is stationed high to her right With marks of the … Continue reading

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Marriage and the Gospel

The sermon text for Sunday morning is Mark 10:1-12. In this passage Jesus is teaching his disciples what the implications of discipleship are for marriage. As I prepare, I’m being reminded of the glorious meaning of marriage — the meaning … Continue reading

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And What Remains

With Father’s Day upon us, here’s a thoughtful short film with original music by Josh Garrels leading me to ask the all-important question, What am I leaving my kids?

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Discipleship: A Brief Cost-Benefit Analysis

Does it pay-off to be a follower of Jesus Christ? Is it a sound investment? A good decision? Can it be justified in the light of what it costs a person? These are the questions that make up the cost-benefit … Continue reading

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