Monthly Archives: January 2011

Praying for those whose service we too often take for granted

Too many police officers across our nation were shot at and wounded or killed this past weekend.  Of course, even one would have been too many.  The Apostle Paul urges that “supplications, prayers, intercession, and thanksgivings” be made for those … Continue reading

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Understanding God’s choice

“If my understanding of Calvinism does not drive me to prayer, then I understand neither Calvinism nor prayer.” Bud Powell, pastor of Trinity Covenant Reformed Church in Colorado Springs Continue reading

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Teaching children to worship

You may have noticed that our bulletin invites parents to have their children with them in the worship service.  Sunday School classes and some other instruction is designed specifically for different levels of maturity, age, and understanding.  However, our covenant … Continue reading

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Separated from the love of Christ? Impossible!

Separated from the love of Christ?  Impossible!  That’s the grand reassurance of the text for Sunday morning’s sermon, Romans 8:33-36.  Romans 8 follows Romans 7.  Both chapters deal with the realities of the Christian life.  There are times when we, … Continue reading

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