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Spiritual Warfare: The Rebellion Against The Rebellion

Topics: Polemics, Evangelism, Personal Holiness, Worldliness, Christian Contentment, Spiritual Warfare, Contributor: Rony Renfrow

The topic of spiritual warfare has brought cramps to the writing hand of saint, sinner, hero and heretic alike! Millions upon millions of pages have been spent writing commentary on this topic that could better function as a thinly sliced Italian lunch meat between two loaves of bread: a bunch of bologna. With the sheer amount of superstition, fantasy, nuttiness …

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Becoming Women of the Word

Topics: Evangelism, Personal Holiness, Worldliness, Christian Contentment, Spiritual Warfare, Biblical Womanhood, Discipleship, Doctrine of Sanctification, Doctrine of the Word, Contributor: Megan Webbon

One of the reasons why we struggle to read the Bible for all it’s worth is because many us don’t even know who the Bible is really about. We need to learn to read the Bible as a book about God, not a book about us. This might sound elementary, but often times I come to God’s word wanting to …

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Pornography and the Importance of Belief

Topics: Evangelism, Personal Holiness, Worldliness, Christian Contentment, Spiritual Warfare, Biblical Womanhood, Discipleship, Confession & Repentance, Personal Holiness, Resisting Temptation, Polemics, Gospel, Contributor: Nathan Elam

When reflecting on my life, pornography looms like a dark cloud, casting shadows of doubt, despair, and fear over the state of my soul. These fears led me to what I thought for most of my life was the day of my salvation. I saw that I was sinning, I saw I needed grace, and I knew I needed saving. …

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False Assurance of Salvation: A Prevalent Problem in the American Church

Topics: Evangelism, Personal Holiness, Worldliness, Christian Contentment, Spiritual Warfare, Biblical Womanhood, Discipleship, Confession & Repentance, Personal Holiness, Resisting Temptation, Assurance of Salvation, Confession & Repentance, Doctrine of Sanctification, Doctrine of the Word, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Regeneration, Polemics, Gospel, Gospel, Contributor: Taylor Gilman

Paul says in 2 Corinthians 7:9-10: “As it is, I rejoice, not because you were grieved, but because you were grieved into repenting. For you felt a godly grief, so that you suffered no loss through us. For godly grief produces a repentance that leads to salvation without regret, whereas worldly grief produces death.” I “asked Jesus into my heart” at the age …

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Why Do We Sin?

Topics: Evangelism, Personal Holiness, Worldliness, Christian Contentment, Spiritual Warfare, Biblical Womanhood, Discipleship, Confession & Repentance, Personal Holiness, Resisting Temptation, Assurance of Salvation, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Faith & Hope, Personal Holiness, Doctrine of Sanctification, Doctrine of the Word, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Regeneration, Doctrine of Sin, Polemics, Gospel, Gospel, Gospel, Contributor: Joel Webbon

I know I’m not supposed to sin. I realize it is going against God’s perfect design.” So, why do I? I would argue from both experience and scripture that we sin because we believe a lie. And not just a lie, but the lie behind the lie. In Genesis, we encounter the story of the fall. The woman is standing …

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5 Reasons For Belonging To A Local Church

Topics: Polemics, Gospel, Gospel, Gospel, Church Discipline, Church Membership, Church Polity, Elders, Evangelism, Personal Holiness, Worldliness, Christian Contentment, Spiritual Warfare, Biblical Womanhood, Discipleship, Confession & Repentance, Personal Holiness, Resisting Temptation, Assurance of Salvation, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Faith & Hope, Personal Holiness, Submission to Authority, Contributor: Joel Webbon

The New Testament contains at least five strands of evidence for local church membership. Each one reveals something vital to Christian Faith which would be minimized or denied if there were no definable local church membership. 1. DISCIPLINE Church membership is implied by the way the church is supposed to discipline its members. The church appears to be the final …

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What Alzheimer’s Taught Me About the Sovereignty of God

Topics: Doctrine of Sanctification, Doctrine of the Word, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Regeneration, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of God, Evangelism, Personal Holiness, Worldliness, Christian Contentment, Spiritual Warfare, Biblical Womanhood, Discipleship, Confession & Repentance, Personal Holiness, Resisting Temptation, Assurance of Salvation, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Faith & Hope, Personal Holiness, Submission to Authority, Suffering & Persecution, Contributor: Katie Murphy

It’s probably safe to say that most of us are completely unaware of the fact that today is Alzheimer’s Awareness Day. Don’t feel bad; I wouldn’t have either if it were not for Facebook. Alzheimer’s affects old people and as young people, Alzheimer’s doesn’t give us much pause as say cancer or depression (two things that we are more likely …

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Totally Dependent

Topics: Evangelism, Personal Holiness, Worldliness, Christian Contentment, Spiritual Warfare, Biblical Womanhood, Discipleship, Confession & Repentance, Personal Holiness, Resisting Temptation, Assurance of Salvation, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Faith & Hope, Personal Holiness, Submission to Authority, Suffering & Persecution, Biblical Womanhood, Christian Contentment, Contributor: Danielle Renfrow

I am nearly at the finish line! In about 3 weeks or so I will endure the radical pains of childbirth to meet for the very first time, my daughter, Piper Evangeline. I look forward to no longer needing 8 pillows when I sleep to help my particularly round body get comfortable and keep me from the fears of accidentally …