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Baptist Faith and Message Article XV. The Christian and the Social Order All Christians are under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ supreme in our own lives and in human society. Means and methods used for the improvement of society and the establishment ... Keep Reading

Here is a general outline of my notes from my "Cultivating a Culture of Evangelism in Your Church" Discussion on 10/13/15: Assumptions: - The gospel defined: God, Man, Christ, Response- Exclusivity of Christ- Reality of eternal joy and eternal judgment- God sovereig... Keep Reading

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The Gospel And Work

February 3, 2015 by: P.J. Tibayan

Resources for thinking through living for Jesus Christ in one's approach to work.... Keep Reading

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TGCLA 3rd Quarter EQUIP Meeting scheduled for 7/29 is Canceled. TGCLA July 29th Quarterly Equip meeting is canceled. But please try to get together with some other pastors in your area to encourage and deepen friendships with one another. Here's a list of our current... Keep Reading

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10 Principles for Eldership An elder is a pastor is an elder. An elder is different than a "Super Deacon" An elder desires to be an elder. An elder is biblically qualified. An elder is recognized not chosen (manufactured). An elder knows what biblical eldershi... Keep Reading

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As we gear up for our upcoming EQUIP Quarterly Meeting on 5/27/14 on Raising Up Lay Elders in Your Church I thought I'd post some free resources online that I've found helpful. I plan on publishing another blog post on some recommended book resources on the topic. So... Keep Reading

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Themelios 38.2

August 13, 2013 by: P.J. Tibayan

From the TGC Blog: The Gospel Coalition just released the latest issue of Themelios. It is available as a 158-page PDF and in HTML. We've also partnered with Logos Bible Software to make it available as a free mobile-friendly Logos digital edition for use on all ma... Keep Reading

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I generally try to read or listen to everything I can by D.A. Carson (except the real technical stuff) and I’m always wanting to think ecclesiologically with Mark Dever as a conversation partner (through audio files, books, and articles primarily). D.A. Carson ... Keep Reading