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Adultery: The Next Moral Domino to Fall

Following the “normalization” of premarital sex, divorce and homosexuality, I have been wondering when and which of the few remaining dominoes dealing with personal morals would fall. It appears the next to go will be adultery. Several press reports indicate the adultery domino is already teetering. The Air Force brought several charges, including adultery, against […]

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FORT WORTH, Tex. — Presbyterian leaders voted solidly in favor of marital fidelity during their denomination’s annual meeting in late June. At issue was the constitutional clause that requires clergy to maintain “fidelity within the covenant of marriage between a man and a woman, or chastity in singleness.” By definition, this excludes active homosexuals from […]

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Establishing Leaders

This time of year many churches go through the process of selecting and installing office-bearers to their respective roles as elders and deacons. As we reflect on the importance of the role of office-bearers in the church, we should turn our attention to the account of Moses and his struggle to provide effective leadership among […]

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What to Look for in a Future Wife

There are many things we pray about as your parents. The most important and the most urgent is that you would rest in the finished work of Jesus for the forgiveness of your sins. We pray this daily and won’t stop until God answers. But we also pray for your future as a man, and […]

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In City on a Hill, Phillip Ryken asserts that “a Church for post-Christian times is a teaching church.” He goes on to say that “the only church that will survive in post-Christian times is a church with a passion for God’s Word.”1 As elsewhere, in Mark 10 Jesus sets a pattern for the teaching church […]

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