Around the Horn (November 28)

There are No Extraordinary Means of Grace In this post, Samuel James notes, "How many years have I spent as a believer earnestly, diligently, even tirelessly, seeking an extraordinary means by which I would finally

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Around the Horn (November 21)

Learning Evangelism from G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis Both Chesterton and Lewis are mammoth figures in the world of Christian intellictuals. Yet, these two men never lost sight of some basic principles of evangelism of

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Learning How to Follow Jesus on an Airplane

The flight attendant giving emergency instructions must be one of the most ignored persons in human history. It’s not that people are necessarily uninterested; they’ve just heard it all before. I decided to listen last

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Around the Horn (November 14)

J. I. Packer on Preaching and Listening to Sermons This post is a brief excerpt for Leland Rankin's work on J.I. Packer, J. I. Packer: An Evangelical Life. In it, he discusses Packer's experience as a

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Around the Horn (November 7)

Adoniram Judson's First Missionary Test In this post, Geoff Chang writes of Adoniram Judson, "What does someone need before being sent out by the church to serve in cross-cultural missions? Certainly, one should have a

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