Around the Horn (January 14)

The Greatest Christians and the Most Visible Gifts In this post, Tim Challies poses an important question, " I’m convinced we’re prone to make entirely too much of the most public gifts and entirely too

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Around the Horn (January 7)

How Do I Become Passionate About Bible Reading? In this post, John Piper notes the importance of Bible intake for the believer remarking that Bible reading is not just an addition to the Christian life

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Around the Horn (December 24)

The Death of My Son and the Birth of My Savior As mentioned a few weeks back, Tim Challies recently lost his son unexpectedly. In this post, he reflects on how Christmas this year will

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Around the Horn (December 17)

Don’t Preach a Christmassy Christmas "It is easy to preach Christmas in a Christmassy way. You know, quaint and familiar cliches that smell a lot like an other-worldly fairy tale. It will have beautiful scenes

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Around the Horn (December 10)

Social Media and Expert Culture Social media can be used for good or equal for ill. Sadly, we can allow it to affect us for the ill. As Jason Thacker notes, "Whether it is confidently

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Around the Horn (November 19)

Nose-to-Tail Preaching "The growth of consumeristic culture in the West, along with pastoral ambition to appear successful, has applied market pressures to create churches perfectly designed to cater to an audience. Just as the gore

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Around the Horn (October 22)

Amusing Ourselves to Death: Revisiting the Prophetic Work of Neil Postman Referencing Neil Postman's prophetic work, in this post, Casey Chalk notes, "Thirty-five years ago, New York University professor of communications Neil Postman predicted the

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Around the Horn (October 15)

The Call—and Cost—of Beautiful Church Community In this post, Irwyn Ince notes, "Experiencing community means experiencing a sense of belonging, of welcome and embrace, a sense of being at home. It’s the exact opposite of

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Around the Horn (October 8)

Why Study Church History? In this post, Pastor Andy Davis writes, "Now, I am well aware that not everyone shares my excitement for church history. Some of my brothers and sisters are into other things

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Around the Horn (September 24)

Red Rope Christianity This post warns of the dangers of the distinctions we create, "The tribal mentality of the pagan culture has leached into the people of God. We are Corinthian pagan in our desires,

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