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Posts from the ‘Orthodoxy & Orthopraxy’ Category


A better way to pray for others (Part 1)

I know none of us subscribe to a “prosperity gospel,” but don’t most of our prayers for other people sound something like that? Ever sit through a church prayer meeting? Don’t most of the prayer requests you hear center on health, wealth, and success in the lives of the people we pray for? Read moreRead more


Orthodoxy and Orthopraxy (Joy in Service)

We have continued to preach verse by verse through the book of Philippians. This week’s sermon: “Joy in Service.” Read moreRead more


Orthodoxy & Orthopraxy (Joy in Sanctification)

(Guest Blogger: Campus Pastor Gabriel Spence)

Sanctification: partnership with God, joy in the day of Christ

This week our study of Philippians 2:12-18 looks at some very important issues related to our salvation: the danger of living life for ourselves, instead of the day we stand before Christ, and the importance of responding to the Holy Spirit in repentance and pressing into Jesus. Read moreRead more


Orthodoxy & Orthopraxy

(A correct response to the message on Sunday)

Each week, I will be endeavoring to write a followup blog post specifically to the members of our church. Sometimes these blog posts will include links to pertinent sermons, material that I could not fit into my sermon, or specific applications of the sermon. These posts will be the basis of our Home Group discussions. Read moreRead more