Around the Horn (May 23)

Why Preaching MIGHT Be a Walk in the Park How much effort do most pastors make in living with a sermon, mulling it over, taking a walk with it? How often is this step ignored

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Women in the Warfare of Life

The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him. (G.K. Chesterton) It’s easy to spot a war zone when bullets are flying and

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Around the Horn (May 16)

All Excuses are Lame Excuses  Every believer is guilty of offering lame excuses for a lack of spiritual commitment at one point or another, but each and every excuse is lame. They just don't amount to anything.

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Around the Horn (May 9)

12 Spurgeon Quotes on Preaching Charles Spurgeon, known as the Prince of Preachers, obvious had much to say about preaching. This post brings together a number of the more powerful quotes. He Stayed Home to

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Around the Horn (May 2)

Four Ways Your Whole Bible Points to Jesus The Bible's subject and theme is Jesus Christ, which means that every passage, in some way, points to him. In this post, Bryan Chapell explains how that

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