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By Grant Castleberry Within the past thirty years, the idea of leadership has been pushed to the forefront of our thinking like it never has before. Andrew Wilson recently noted the enormity of the leadership phenomenon. Long story ...

Forgotten-Baptist-Pastor

By Stephen Yuille Thomas Wilcox (1622–1687) was the pastor of a small Baptist church in the city of London. For whatever reason, few details of his life have been preserved for us. There’s no funeral sermon or collection of ...

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By Ryan Rindels   That men fulfill their role as protector of their family and community is intuitive to such a degree that we assume it will happen. When it doesn’t, the world takes notice. General Revelation (God’s ...

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By David Sons   The call upon the man to provide is rooted deep in the beginning of all things. In Genesis chapter 2, God gives Adam the creation mandate, namely to fill the earth, subdue it, have dominion over it, and then use ...

PicMonkey Collage

By Nick Abraham Yesterday I was at work for 14 hours. That is not a common occurrence in my job thankfully, but it made for a really long day. Among the realities of a day like that are that I didn’t get to see my daughter at all ...

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By Chris Poblete Friend. What does this word mean to you? The twenty-first century is suffering the inflation of the word “friend.” A friend used to be someone that you shared a special and mutual bond with, involving a ...

By Mathew Sims   “Thou hast taught me the necessity of a Mediator, a Messiah, to be embraced in love with all my heart, as king to rule me, as prophet to guide me, as priest to take away my sin and death, and this by faith ...

By Whitney Clayton   The greatest season of the year is upon us. Helmets are in full bloom, the sound of human collisions will soon fill the air, and pot-bellied men everywhere will celebrate the physical exploits of others. This ...

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by Owen Strachan Few words are more invested with meaning than the term “headship.” It’s a Christological and theological term that is grounded in Ephesians 5:23, which reads “For the husband is the head [Greek kephale] of the ...

By Rusty McKie   Courage is always defined by context. This is why stories of courage inspire us more than definitions. Story is where we live. The man who has been through war defines courage by the battlefield. The man who is ...

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