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If These Walls Could Speak: Graduation and the Gospel

If these walls could speak, what would the walls of Alumni Chapel say? On Friday, December 2 this chapel will be filled with graduates of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. The men and women receiving earned degrees from this institution … Continue reading

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Running to Stand Still

On June 4, 2016 I had the honor of saying “I do” to Anna Christine Ovenell. No longer a widower, I have the tremendous privilege and responsibility of loving Anna as Christ loved the church (Cf., Ephesians 5:25). My marriage to … Continue reading

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Logic on Fire

May the spirit of his ministry permeate the church today! Logic On Fire: the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones from Media Gratiae on Vimeo.

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The Greatest Declaration of Independence Imaginable

Originally posted on Permanent Things:
So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed in him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”…

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Pilgrim Song

The Christian life this side of heaven.

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Of Dairy Farmers and the Gospel

My family and I spent five hours yesterday afternoon with a family of dairy farmers. This city slicker must admit being at times out of my natural comfort zone. But the gospel is never “out of it’s comfort zone.” The … Continue reading

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Are Facebook (and the church) making you sad?

I really appreciate Russell Moore’s ministry. I had the privilege of serving as his producer on many of the radio broadcasts he did when filling in for Albert Mohler on “The Albert Mohler Program.” And the thing I appreciated most … Continue reading

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