Tag: King

February 1, 2023
Thinking out loud - Lament

How do we deal with the gap between how we want things to be and how they actually are. Natasha Moore gives helpful insight while isolating in the midst of 2020 lockdowns.

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February 1, 2023
Rest Revisited: Parenting and Rest - Ep 5

How can a busy parent rest well? Carolyn offers some ideas hard-earned by experience on her journey of figuring out this age-old conundrum.

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January 18, 2023
Book Review - Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God

book by Tim Keller Prayer is something every Christian knows is a significant part of the Christian life, but sometimes we are unsure about what prayer is or even how to pray. Tim Keller has taken a thorough look into prayer, combining a great depth of theology with practical insights on how prayer is presented […]

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January 16, 2023
Rest Revisited: Rest & Capacity - Ep 4

Reflecting on the personal health challenges she has faced, Merle makes the case that each one of use need to uniquely match our work capacity with our need for rest.

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January 13, 2023
The Five Tests of False Doctrine

Pastor and author Tim Challies provides a helpful set of criteria for examining doctrine (belief or set of beliefs). "The task of the Christian is to evaluate every doctrine to declare it fit or unfit. John Stott says it characteristically well: “Christian doctrine is healthy in the same way as the human body is healthy. […]

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January 13, 2023
How to Keep Praying : Four Lessons from the Master

Pastor, Scott Hubbard, is an editor for Desiring God. Turning to the words and example of Jesus, his article is an encouragement and guide for the times that prayer can seem merely a discipline, reminding us that God invites us to approach him in prayer, to share our cares and lives with him. "Prayer easily becomes […]

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January 10, 2023
Marking Time

Time is something we all would like more of. As the new year begins, and many make resolutions this pressure can seem even more exaggerated. Scientists and philosophers have provided us different views of what even constitutes time, and the Bible has some comments to make as well. In this short read, Barney has a few quips to get us thinking about our time.

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January 4, 2023
How to Handle the “Why” Questions

Katie Faris, a pastor’s wife and mother of five, is the author of "He Will Be Enough" (TGBC 2022). In this article she points us to the biblical book of Job, whose life abounded with suffering. Faris refers to the questions Job asked of God, which reflect our own human pleas for understanding in times of grief […]

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January 4, 2023
Rest Revisited: Jesus and Rest-Ep 3

Simon talks through the surprising differences in the rest that Jesus offers.

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December 21, 2022
5 Lessons from the Radical Leadership of Jesus

Pete Scazzero is founder and Senior Pastor at New Life Fellowship Church, Queens, New York. He invites the reader to prayerfully consider five insights he has gleaned from Matthew's gospel, which reveal Jesus' life-changing leadership. "Leading people in the name of Jesus is complex, demanding great wisdom and discernment. I have dedicated my adult life […]

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December 20, 2022
A Gentle Christmas and a Realistic New Year

Sam Wan looks at the human need for memory -- how it is particularly poignant at Christmas. He reminds us to reach out to others at Christmas, particularly with the assurance that we are never forgotten by God. "We have all had some experience of isolation over the last few years. But for many of […]

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December 20, 2022
Is it the season to be jolly? The negatives and positives of Christmas

This helpful discussion between Tony Payne and Phillip Jensen reflects on present day attitudes to Christmas. Whilst as Christians we may feel that the gospel is somewhat lost in the commercial overtones of the festive season, the podcast and transcript suggest ways in which the good news of God coming as man to save humanity […]

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