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From Pastor Toby, very good observations here!
Here’s an excerpt:
Given the harsh world around us full of violence and terror and murder, the Church is called to be a massively different kind of place. We have the blood of Jesus that is for the reconciliation of all things in heaven and on earth. We have the Holy Spirit who leads us into all truth, who convicts us of sin, who binds us together in Christ.
I hope to do more than just fill the blank spaces of the internet world with “content” — but this does help to get the point across. We need more than contentless content.
After 35 years of being at the helm of Logos, the classical Christian school which Christ Church initially started, and which is now an independent parent-run school, my good friend Tom Garfield has been commissioned by the Logos board to take the mission onward and outward, and it is rather exciting territory into which he is venturing. Get a sample of where this particular ship is headed. All you have to do is click that little arrow thingy.
Sam Storms, pastor of Bridgeway Church in Oklahoma City, OK, just finished a four part series on prayer, which, on the whole, was quite good. Sam is a “non-cessationist” so some of his treatment with prayers for healing go beyond where I would, but the exhortation to pray, and pray in faith, can never be given too frequently.
An Exhortation to Sardis
A bit-by-bit exposition of the book of Revelation is continuing over at the Christ Church web site. And while you are there, explore a little bit.
Finally, a plug for Canon Press. If you haven’t seen it yet, it is well worth perusing their “Canon Classics” section. It is an ever-expanding of classic works of literature which should probably be on everyone’s bucket list. Great for gifts, schools, or bookworms who have failed to yet read such titles.
As this series rolls out, you will discover that the plan is to have a “worldview guide” to accompany each one, separately published.