Tag Archives: Sanctification

A Word about Faith and Obedience

Perhaps no New Yorker is so vilified in the minds of other New Yorkers as Robert Moses. The man who served as Parks Commissioner for the middle decades of the twentieth century certainly led many good projects; if you’ve ever … Continue reading

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Nick Peterson on 1 Peter

This summer our church enjoyed a five-part sermon series covering parts of 1 Peter. Preaching in my place was Nick Peterson, one of our deacons and an aspiring church planter here in the city. He and his family have been … Continue reading

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A Call to Vigilance

Charles Bridges: “The moment that utter weakness loses its hold and forgets the need of habitual dependence—this is the moment of a certain fall. The most exalted Christian attainments, the longest standing in the Church, the most extensive usefulness in … Continue reading

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Should You Pass On Bad Reports?

The following article is written by Tim Keller and David Powlison. It is posted here with permission. ***** One obvious genius of the internet is that it’s “viral.” Information explodes to the whole world. The old neighborhood grapevine and the … Continue reading

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“The Sea in Between” Now Available

Josh Garrels is one of my favorite musicians. “Love, War, and the Sea in Between” was my favorite CD of 2011. I played it more that year than anything else—and probably still do. So when I heard that Josh was … Continue reading

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