Around the Horn (January 19)

Keeping the Faith: Spurgeon and the Downgrade Controversy

“As Christians, we are called to share our faith, but we are also called to keep it. Like the Apostle Paul, every believer should aspire to the epitaph, “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the course, I have kept the faith.” Perhaps no one in Baptist history better kept the faith than the illustrious Charles Spurgeon—especially as seen through the prism of the Downgrade Controversy.”

Running the Race with Endurance: Ministry Leadership that Lasts

In this post we see what struggles in an endurance race can teach us about leadership that perseveres.

The Spiritual Power of Staying Put

“No doubt, there are good and godly reasons to live lightly upon the earth, prepared for God to send us elsewhere. But I wonder how often we are blown less by the wind of the Spirit and more by the wind of our endlessly unsettled age. I wonder too how a renewed mind, rooted more deeply in God’s word, might discern the spiritual wisdom of staying put.”

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