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Refusing the ‘me first’ marriage: Ten things I’ve learned in ten years of marriage

  • Mike Taylor
  • 9 November 2020

Marriage is a gift from God. It is a blessing. But it is also a tool God uses for our sanctification. As it is with the most valuable diamonds, strong and joyful marriages take time and are often forged through great pressure.

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The bassinet

  • DB Ryen
  • 2 November 2020

Even though our first pregnancy had successfully produced a healthy baby boy, we unexplainably couldn’t carry a pregnancy to term anymore.

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Refusing the 'me first' marriage: Learning to pray without ceasing for your marriage

  • Mike Taylor
  • 26 October 2020

One sinner plus one sinner doesn’t equal zero conflict. You cannot avoid it because marriage is an unconditional covenant and commitment to an imperfect and sinful person.

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How to listen well to online sermons

  • John Le
  • 22 September 2020

What should we do to be better listeners of the preached word of God and to be spiritually nourished despite being online?

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Confronting the ugliness of sin

  • Ruth Baker
  • 27 August 2020

Because our sins live in the dark, we don’t see them unless we turn the light on.

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Real household devotional habits

  • Angus Martin
  • 23 June 2020

Spending time in God’s word together brings light and life to your household because the home is primarily where Christianity is taught and caught.

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A cloud of motivation

  • Ruth Baker
  • 16 June 2020

A cloud of perfect people might make me feel self-conscious. But a cloud of faithful witnesses who are just like me—that sustains me.

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Humpty Dumpty and the doctrine of perfectionism

  • Benjamin Swift
  • 27 April 2020

It is impossible for a human to achieve perfection in this life, to hold ourselves together and live totally devoid of sin.

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Voting with your ears

  • Joe Towns
  • 15 April 2020

We are all tempted to discriminate between parts of God’s word. This could be by giving more attention to parts that we like, highlighting only what stands out to us as encouraging, or steering clear of Scripture we dislike.

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The startling truth behind Jesus’ words on the cross

  • Ruth Baker
  • 2 March 2020

Jesus famously cries out from the cross, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Why did he say this?

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