As a small group or church leader, do you ever run across a person with a mixed worldview? A Christian who can’t articulate the fundamentals of their faith? A Christian whose values and beliefs are blended with beliefs of other faiths or worldviews? Or perhaps you are discipling a person who holds onto lies and […]


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Don’t Suffer Alone

March 8, 2012 | Comments Off on Don’t Suffer Alone

  As Peter brings his letter to a close, he offers encouragement to his audience, both young and old. It seems that he’s saying that suffering is hard, so we need one another. He tells the older readers to be good examples, to shepherd the flock of God that is among them. Sue Edwards points […]


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I wish I had been assigned this book for Exegetical Methods. I wish I had been assigned this book for Hermenuetics. I wish I had been assigned this book for Systematic Theology. I wish I had been assigned this book for Pentateuch. I wish I had been assigned this book for Prophets. I wish I […]


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Persevere with the End in Mind – 1 Peter 4:7-19

March 1, 2012 | Comments Off on Persevere with the End in Mind – 1 Peter 4:7-19

We’re all terminal.  Yep, that’s the human condition. Not one of us will get out of this life alive. But for some reason, most of us live like we will. Peter, writing in about AD 60, says, “The end of all things is near.” Remember that he is writing to the diaspora – to Jews […]


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