From Grace 4 Life, a discipleship course for disciplers by Dr. Johnny Long.Read More The Compelling Power of Love
Here are the sermon notes from this week’s Creekstone message from Romans 5:6-8, “Loving the Unloveable.” The audio is here. Romans_5.6-8.loving_the_unlovable.pdf Download this fileRead More NOTES & AUDIO: Loving the Unloveable (Romans 5:6-8)
I have heard some helpful quotes this week and thought I’d share a few of them with you. “In conflict, our hearts come to the surface.” “Authentic community is not the absence of conflict and relational funkiness. Authentic community is the result of living out the gospel in the midst of and through conflict and […]Read More Helpful Quotes: Conflict, Community, Truth and Love
I had the privilege to speak these words at a wedding this past weekend. However, I find that, after almost 19 years of marriage, I am the one who needs to hear these “wedding words” the most. When two people are united in marriage, they pledge their commitment to love to each other for life. […]Read More Wedding Words
This week on American Idol, Casey Abrams, who is a favorite among the judges, was eliminated before he made it to the top ten. The procedure for those who receive the least number of votes that week is to sing one last time before the judges, hoping that they will use their “save” to keep the contestant […]Read More Why Me?
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The apostle John called himself the disciple whom Jesus loved. This is not a statement of arrogance, but of humble conviction. After all, John did not mention himself by name in his gospel. Such a self-description was a practical demonstration that his identity was defined by the love of Jesus— a love that was confirmed […]Read More The Disciple Jesus Loves