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The Big Move

May 31, 2018

Chris Fabry Live

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On the next Chris Fabry Live, we talk music, theology, the Bible and we use our imaginations every time author and recording artist Michael Card shows up. But our next conversation is thoroughly practical. We’ll talk about the move. When you said goodbye to what you have known for decades. How did you make the leap? What are the repercussions...

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  • Q & A May 31, 2018

Unexpected Glory

December 21, 2011

Unexpected Glory Some churches are more focused on the past than they are on the future. The importance of the past to a congregation is often in direct proportion to its age. The longer the history, the more likely a congregation will be tempted to think that its best days are behind them. This is especially true if the church has experienced...

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The Kind of Worshipper God Seeks

December 26, 2011

The Kind of Worshipper God Seeks Few subjects are as sensitive in the life of the church today as the subject of worship. By worship we usually mean worship style. By worship style we mean music. Churches are more likely to divide over musical preferences than they are over points of doctrine. Perhaps we care more about what we hear and sing...

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The Church is a Temple

December 28, 2011

The Church is a Temple During His earthly ministry Jesus predicted that Herod’s temple would eventually be destroyed. Jesus responded with a dire warning when His disciples marveled at the beauty of the temple. “ ‘Do you see all these things?’ he asked. ‘Truly I tell you, not one stone here will be left on another; every one will be thrown...

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Devotion for December 05, 2006

December 5, 2006

Devotion for December 05, 2006 New Age teaching often claims that humans somehow partake of the divine essence. Some groups teach that we can access our inner goodness through yoga or meditation; others urge us to discover the divine all around—in nature and other humans. The secret to life, it’s claimed, is to tap into positive energy and...

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Devotion for December 17, 2006

December 17, 2006

Devotion for December 17, 2006 Four days after Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005, the Biloxi Sun Herald ran an article entitled, “Religion in Biloxi Takes a Blow from Katrina.” The story described several historic churches that had been damaged beyond repair. Despite the fact that much of his own church had been destroyed, Ken Nuss,...

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Devotion for December 18, 2006

December 18, 2006

Devotion for December 18, 2006 The status of children throughout history has often been precarious. Consider the advice found in a letter from a government worker to his wife at home in the first century A.D.: “Let me tell you that we are still in Alexandria. I beg you to look after the child, and as soon as we get wages I will send you something.

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Devotion for December 21, 2006

December 21, 2006

Devotion for December 21, 2006 In his commentary on the Gospel of Luke, scholar Darrell Bock describes a friend who had struggled with drugs, had dropped out of school, and was alienated from his family. Despite attempts at rehabilitation, nothing worked. Then his friend was introduced to Jesus and his life completely changed. His psychiatrist...

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Devotion for December 22, 2006

December 22, 2006

Devotion for December 22, 2006 In 1705, English philosopher Samuel Clarke wrote: “The Christian Revelation is positively and directly proved . . . by the many infallible Signs and Miracles, which the Author of it worked publicly as the Evidence of his Divine Commission.” Like many people of his day, Clarke believed that the Bible was reliable...

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Devotion for December 23, 2006

December 23, 2006

Devotion for December 23, 2006 When the German poet, Heinrich Heine, was on his deathbed, a priest told him that God would forgive his sins. Heine rather flippantly responded, “Of course God will forgive me; that’s His job.” Later the psychiatrist Sigmund Freud, commenting on Heine’s words, said: “What it means to say is nothing else than...

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