J. I. Packer, in his introduction to John Owen's The Mortification of Sin, writes of his conversion and near spiritual destruction: I was converted-that is, I came to the Lord Jesus Christ in a decisive commitment, needing and seeking God's pardon and acceptance, conscious of Christ's redeeming love for me and his personal call to me -in my first university term, a li...Keep Reading
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The great fear that came over the whole church and over all who heard the fate of Ananias and Sapphira (Acts 5:11) made this a church that unbelievers would not dare to attend. The powerful, consistent, regular signs and wonders in this passage and throughout the book of Acts were unprecedented in church history. ...
In light of the recent sermon I preached on the Temptations of Christ from Luke 4 and our subsequent discussion at one of the home groups, this is a very interesting discussion in this 18 minute video....Keep Reading
Why are relationships vital in the local church? Mark Dever and other pastors discuss the importance Christian discipleship and growth as a mark of a healthy church. A 2 minute video....Keep Reading