What We Need to Know

Knowing this makes living in a broken, fallen world possible. It makes work more meaningful and relationships more valuable. It is an anchor on the stormy days and a powerful gust of wind in our sails on the bright, glorious days. It is the epic – in an epic life (and in a not-so-epic life, too). It is the absolute – in a life lived to the absolute fullest extent. The end for which the beginning begins, and the beginning which gives us grace for every end that we must endure.

Barbara’s Testimony

In 1953 I was married in the Catholic Church. God gave us four boys and four girls. In 1974, my oldest daughter was invited to a service in a Baptist church, and I gave her my permission to go there.

Obtaining Mercy

“Whoever conceals his transgressions will not prosper, but he who confesses and forsakes them will obtain mercy.” Proverbs 28:13 Confession of sin is an on-going practice in the life of every believer. It is a necessary part of maintaining fellowship with God. All believers continually struggle with sin in one form or another. Therefore, all... Continue Reading →

Dr. Joel Beeke: “The Puritans Got It Right.”

In this 2 minute and 46-second video clip, Dr. Beeke explains the importance of meditating like the Puritans did, and he explains what meditating on the Lord and the things of God meant to a Puritan. My husband and I thought this was very edifying. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HipJK3QoxrQ Dr. Joel Beeke pastors at the Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregation... Continue Reading →

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