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The Racist’s Denial of the Glory of God

Posted by Nathan Moore on

Regardless of your position on the rebel flag or the removal of Confederate monuments from public grounds, the events of August 12 that took place in Charlottesville should be grieved and condemned by all Christians as sinful racism. White Nationalism and Charlottesville, Virginia The rally...

Christ Did Not Die For Your Privacy

Posted by Nathan Moore on

“The person who loves their dream of community will destroy community, but the person who loves those around them will create community.” - Dietrich Bonhoeffer The Christian faith can only be realized by those who admit they are needy people. It is impossible to...

The Intergenerational Church

Posted by Nathan Moore on

In many of my conversations over the last year, I have noticed a common refrain which is some variety of: “I’m concerned about the direction of this country.” It has been my observation that most of the time, this sentiment comes from mature adults who have raised children or...

Mom and Dad: Disciple-Makers

Posted by Nathan Moore on

For the third time in my life, I recently had the joy of standing in the hospital and holding a newborn child in my arms, my newborn child. The birth of a new child is an awesome and exciting thing but it doesn’t afford much time to stand around and soak in the moments. With the...

Never Get Over the Gospel

Posted by Nathan Moore on

His life was almost over. In just a few years, the Apostle Paul, the most famous Christian of all time would be brutally executed under Nero in A.D. 68. By the time Paul wrote 1 Timothy, he had already lived an extremely successful life of ministry. Few can match his testimony or ministry...

A Crowded Thanksgiving

Posted by Nathan Moore on

As Thanksgiving approaches we come upon another good old fashioned, semi-christian, religiously influenced, American holiday. Just like at Christmas and Easter, this Thanksgiving we will celebrate a holiday mixed with both secular and sacred traditions. Will your Thanksgiving Day be...

Stain, Sin and Sanctification

Posted by Mark Harrod on

The weather in October has been unseasonably warm. I love autumn and the coolness of the air that comes with it, but I am thankful for these warm days because they have given me the opportunity to finish a project at home that was long overdue. For months I had been trying to find the time to...

I’ll Give you My Vote - But Not My Hope

Posted by Nathan Moore on

Its election time in America. The heads are bobbing, the media is spewing, and twitter is aflame. Airways are polluted by ads that slander one and canonize the other. Dinner table discussions are passionate and awkward. Bumpers are freshly stickered and the stench of donkeys and elephants is in...

When the Bible Pierces You

Posted by Nathan Moore on

Reading the Bible is a life-giving experience to the Christian. It is just as Peter declared “You have the words of eternal life” (John 6:68). Yet so often, even the hardiest of believers can feel beat up by the Bible. The demands of God’s law can feel devastating...