January 17, 2018

Christians Should Be Readers

Taigen Joos Many Christians will begin this New Year with some kind of Bible reading schedule. For our church, we promote this as well, and many take up the challenge to read through their Bibles in a year’s time. It is a good exercise and a great way to get to know your Bible better. […]

Choices for the New Year

George Stiekes And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, CHOOSE you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, […]

The Three Dimensions of Discipline — Part 3

Jerry Sivnksty In the last two articles I’ve presented the areas of discipline that are crucial in our lives. First, the discipline of the mind by memorizing and meditating on the Scriptures. Second, the discipline of the body by eating properly and exercising regularly. Now I’m going to discuss the third area of discipline, which […]

The Three Dimensions of Discipline — Part 2

Jerry Sivnksty The second area of personal discipline that is needed in our lives deals with the discipline of the body. This is a very difficult area, and many of the Lord’s people struggle in combating the appetites of the flesh. Many have a desire to see improvement but feel defeated in the constant “battle […]

The Three Dimensions Of Discipline—Part 1

Jerry Sivnksty One of the greatest struggles that many Christians have is maintaining a proper balance in their lives. This isn’t an easy task, but we should stop to consider how well balanced our lives are. Before I proceed any further, I want to point out that for us to be a disciple of our […]

Eclectica: Acts 29 || Driscoll news

This edition of The Eclectic Web is a quick collection of links related to breaking news regarding the action of the Acts 29 network expulsion of Mark Driscoll from its membership. While Acts 29 and Driscoll are not connected with us in any way, many who read our material also read and/or are influenced by […]