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Of Kings, Temples, and Envy

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I'll admit, I had forgotten how boring Chronicles was. Usually I think of Leviticus, Deuteronomy, and Numbers as being hard to get through, but 1 Chronicles really had me slogging. I had already committed to writing a blog post and was thinking, "How in the world am I going to find something applicable in this somewhat repetitive narrative??" Of course, it was no fault of ...

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God of the Quarantine


I write this as COVID-19 is raging and we are under a "stay at home" mandate. I'm unsure what day it is at this point. I miss in-person interaction. And coffee shops. And working in the hospital not wondering if I'll be the next patient. I also miss the ignorance of not thinking communicable diseases could take out my friends and family. I find myself grumbling at life's c...

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1 Peter: Homecoming


If you're nostalgic, raise your hand (I just did). My wife makes fun of me for being so nostalgic. In his book, 'The Prodigal God", Tim Keller talks about how the concept of "home" exercises a powerful influence over us. Strong feelings of sentimentality surround our idea of "home", a place that fits us and suits us. People spend billions of dollars annually to visit the c...

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Crack the Code on Peace in Tribulation


Learn how the Gospel (the cross) functionally gives us a peace in the midst of a fading and broken world!...

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Marriage (Or Any Relationship) During COVID19 Isolation


Things getting chippy? Married couples, you're spending a lot more time than usual with each other during this COVID19 time of isolation. As a result, you might be exprreincing more friction than usual. Accept this as a reminder for you. We hope this ministers to you and helps you navigate the day-to-day..."For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received...

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What I Learned in Serving Sunday Morning


This past Sunday morning, we got out of the routine of our comfort zone in our Sunday morning services and instead during that time, we served in the community with Discover Doylestown in a street cleanup project in which we walked, armed with gloves and trash bags, through the streets of Doylestown picking up litter. We did this because we believe that Church is not just ...

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Hate Has a Home in the World


When we believe in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and follow him, Jesus says that the world is going to hate us as we bear witness about him. How do we make sense of that intimidating truth? What is the proper way to respond to it? And how does the Cross help us share and live out our faith in the midst of a world that is hostile to us? ...

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Seesaw of Life


We often stroll through life thinking everything will be fine until suddenly, it isn’t. We easily slip into thoughts like, “I’m solid. I’m on top of things. I’ve got it nailed. I’ve planned well. I’m secure.” How easy it is for us to slip back into self-confidence by thinking of God’s favor as a right we have somehow earned. When things go suddenly wrong,...

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Why Should I Tithe?


What is "tithing"? What does it have to do with Jesus? Why should I engage in it?...

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Lens Crafting


In trying to live the life God wants us to live, our problem may not be what we’re looking at, rather it may be what we’re NOT looking at. ...

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