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Recommended Resource | Come Let Us Adore Him, by Paul Tripp

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“This story is so miraculous in every way that it could have only come out of the mind of God in eternity before the foundations of the earth were laid down by his mighty hand. It points to the divine imagination and screams the power of the divine hand. No man could write this plot and if he did, no man could expedite what he had written. This story is itself an arg...

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12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You

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In a world saturated with technology, 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You is a great reminder of why Christians need to think biblically about all aspects of life—including how we use our phones. More than just a book about smartphones, however, this book is about the human heart and how it can quickly turn a tool into a vice. I have read this book and have made pract...

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Being There: How to Love Those Who Are Hurting

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Recommended Resource | Being There: How to Love Those Who Are Hurting...

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Bible Reading Plans for 2017

How do you hope to read God’s Word in 2017? A little more than last year? Read one book many times? Read it the whole way through? Plan to read it the whole way through and then get past Leviticus this year? Whether you plan to read from the entirety of God’s Word or focus on smaller sections, having a plan is a great idea. Bible reading plans can help you set ...

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Hymns of Grace

"Hymns are wonderful didactic tools, filled with Scripture and sound doctrine, a medium for teaching and admonishing one another, as we are commanded to do in Colossians 3:16. We are in danger of losing a rich heritage of hymnody as some of the best hymns of our faith fall into neglect. Let's revive some of the great hymns that have fallen into disuse, and along with the b...

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