Monthly Archives: April 2019

The Church of the Risen Savior

Early on a Sunday morning faithful, grieving women went to a tomb outside Jerusalem to serve their rabbi in a final act of respect and reverence by anointing his body with spices. You know the story, the true story, that … Continue reading

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The Church of the Donkey-Riding King

What makes the church what it is? According to Luke 19:28–40, at the heart of what the church’s origin is King whose steed in his triumphal entry is a donkey. You are the church of the donkey-riding King! Your King … Continue reading

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The Church: A Confessing People

Paul, during his final imprisonment, writes Timothy (2 Timothy 1:13–14), urging him to keep the pattern of sound teaching he had heard from Paul. But this is not just an emotional farewell. The content of the gospel and the pattern … Continue reading

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