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Book of the Month: The Treasure Principle

The Treasure Principle by Randy Alcorn is our book of the month. This insightful little book helpfully supplements our recent studies through the Sermon on the Mount....

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God, My Heart, and My Clothes

This month's article is by Pastor C.J. Mahaney. The article addresses the issue of modesty and clothing....

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Man's Favorite Idol: Man

A finely honed humanism is the prevailing theology of our day. Paul, on the other hand, lived in insistent antagonism towards the temple of man....

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Divorce and Remarriage: A Biblical Perspective

Since divorce is only a concession to man's sin and is not part of God's original plan for marriage, all believers should hate divorce as God does and pursue it only when there is no other recourse. With God's help a marriage can survive the worst sins....

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Stealing from God

Did you ever consider that you might be embezzling from God? If you are taking His gifts and twisting them for your own selfish ends, you are....

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There They Crucified Him

Considering the Cross thoughtfully evokes emotions of deepest sadness and of greatest joy....

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Depravity in the Gospels

While the Gospels focus on Christ as the perfect Messiah, by contrast they also reveal the ugly sin that marks all humanity....

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Kingsburg Recorder Article

On Wednesday, August 15th, the Kingsburg Recorder presented a front page article on the beginning of our church. It focused most extensively on our unique trait of expository preaching....

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Glorious Gospel with Blessed Results

Galatians presents a magnificent view of the magnificent Gospel. The Gospel brings countless blessings to the believer. Here are just a few....

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Put Off and Put On

We have all heard our pastors say, “You say what you say and do what you do, because of what you think. And you think what you think because of what you believe about God, His Word and yourself.” This saying is very practical for us to use in correcting sin in our lives. Doctrine leads to thoughts, which lead to action. When dealing with a particular sin in ...

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