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A Few Good Posts

Dr. Russell Moore lectures why he does not hold to a Pre-tribulation rapture, but why he loves those who do.

Pastor Jared Wilson blogs about having why having less “programs” in your church might be a good idea.

Dr. Albert Mohler writes about Time Magazine’s article covering the 50th Anniversary of “The Pill.”

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Posted by on April 27, 2010 in Uncategorized


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Conference Audio from Toronto, Durham, and Baltimore

Free audio is up from two recent conferences and one conference which is underway as I write. 

The first audio set comes from the Toronto Pastor’s Conference.  The focus of this conference is Building Healthy Churches and is a 9Marks related conference.  Speakers include Mark Dever, Matt Schmucker, and Carl Muller.

The second audio set comes from the NEXT Conference.  This conference is about transfering the gospel to the next generation.  Speakers include Josh Harris, Kevin DeYoung, Sinclair Ferguson, D.A. Carson, C.J Mahaney and more.

The third set of audio comes from the Advance Conference.  This conference is underway, but you can find the first three presentations here.  The Advance Conference is about God’s Church.  Speakers include Mark Driscoll, John Piper, Ed Stetzer, Bryan Chapell, Daniel Akin and more.

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Posted by on June 5, 2009 in Uncategorized


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Piper on visiting another church

Piper writes about his recent visit to a mainline protestant church…

  • A magnificent building.
  • A magnificent choir singing, “Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of he world, have mercy on us” (in Latin).
  • A closing hymn, “Lord, I want to be a Christian.”
  • Three women pastors on the platform and two men.
  • Pews filled with well-to-do looking folks.

What made my visit heart-wrenching was that the children’s choir sang these words—trust me, I am copying them from the bulletin—“Birds and trees, people and plants, dolphin and whale all lives are equal. . . . Sister Rain, Brother Stone bring us back to our true home.”

So when I stand at my study window that looks out over the downtown cityscape of Minneapolis, I pray: “O God, have mercy on us. Send a shocking revival to the churches—and a great awakening to this city. In Jesus’ mighty name. Amen.”

You can read the enirety of the blog post here.

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Posted by on April 6, 2009 in Uncategorized


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