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Baptism, The Goodness of God, and Our Need For Revival

I first felt a call to be baptized about two years ago, but I quickly brushed it off for a number of logical reasons. But God doesn’t work by logic. In fact, faith, by definition, isn’t logical. For two years, the idea of baptism burned in my heart while I wrestled with the logic in my head. Every time I saw the word or happened to watch someone else be baptized, I couldn’t deny that’s what God was calling me […]

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The Church and a Modern-Day Reformation

For most Americans, “church” is the place we attend on Sunday. To some that means ornate buildings and men in robes reciting ancient prayers. For others that means new age campuses, skinny-jeaned pastors, and high-energy services. But for many, church is a place filled with hypocritical people who say one thing and do another. Let’s not pretend that these stigmas do not exist. And whether we want to or not, we will bring our own experiences to this conversation. Since the writing of the New Testament, we […]

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