Happy Father’s Day

J. C. Ryle writes, “ It is the highest privilege to be the child of a godly father and mother and to be brought up in the midst of many prayers.” Between the years 1960 and 2016, the percentage of children living in families with two parents decreased from 88 to 69. So today, Father’s […]

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Community Pool: April 21

This week’s collection includes quite a variety of interesting and important topics.  We hope you find them helpful and informative.  Make sure you check out the new documentary on Martin Luther at the bottom of this page.  Nancy and I ordered it this morning after watching the trailer. Here is a nice list of Reformed […]

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The Next 500 Years

Ligonier has made their The Next 500 Years: 2017 National Conference available free online. The content includes main sessions—twelve altogether— by Derek Thomas, Sinclair Ferguson, Alistair Begg, Al Mohler, John MacArthur, Michael Reeves, Steven Lawson, W. Robert Godfrey, Michael Horton, Stephen Nichols, Stephen Tong, and Augustus N. Lopes. There are also Q&A panel sessions as well […]

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Cacophonous Clashes

The house was quiet. Brian and the boys had packed the car with baseball gear and left for their Monday night practice. I mindlessly filled the dishwasher with plates and silverware from the hurried dinner we had consumed an hour earlier and now looked forward to some quiet time with a book a friend had […]

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Building a Child’s Worldview

Building a Christian Worldview

For with you is the fountain of life; in your light do we see light. Psalm 36:9 There’s a phrase that I used to hear a lot when I was in college: “thinking God’s thoughts after Him.” I always loved hearing it because it served as a compass to direct me to the Scriptures whenever […]

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