Monthly Archives: April 2010

How Can I Know God’s Will?

In his book, Missionary Call, M. David Sills outlines one of the clearest, most concise chapters on how to know God’s will that I’ve read or heard of. His main points:-Know God-Know God’s Word-Prayer-Seek Counsel-Life Experiences-Circumstances-Timing-The Desires of Your Heart … Continue reading

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Current Challenges Prepare You for Future Challenges

TheĀ Agape staff member describes life in terms of an expedition. “I have learned that while climbing the first mountain, the Lord is developing your faith and courage,” says Francis Didier. “He is doing exactly what is needed for the second … Continue reading

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Agape France

A great article giving some insight into a gentleman I met a few summers ago, the National Director of Agape’s ministry in France.

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Currently Reading: Proclaiming a Cross-Centered Theology

I’m currently reading Proclaiming a Cross-Centered Theology

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Recently Finished: The Gospel & Personal Evangelism

I recently finished The Gospel and Personal Evangelism. A good, short read (about 119 pages) by Mark Dever. Dever goes through: Why Don’t We Evangelize? What is the Gospel? Who Should We Evangelize? How Should We Evangelize? What Isn’t Evanglism? … Continue reading

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Evidence for the Resurrection

Justin Taylor Is There Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus? Michael Patton has a nice set of posts on the evidence for the resurrection. Under internal evidence (i.e., confirming features within the biblical texts) he cites the following: HonestyIrrelevant DetailsHarmonyPublic … Continue reading

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Race & the Bible

“The emphasis in the Old & New Testament wherever the Bible speaks of creation of humankind is mankind’s common biological descent from Adam. Our common ancestry is underscored. The most fundamental recognition is not our difference labeled “race” but our … Continue reading

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