Category Archives: Christian Living

Is it Better to Be Comforted or Comfortable?

I love to be comfortable.  Give me a cool morning breeze with the windows open, that spot on my living room couch, and a hot coffee in my hand and I feel like I’m in heaven. Maybe that’s an overstatement. … Continue reading

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Crazy Busy?

Our family is in the middle of a very busy season. We just bought a home that we’re remodeling ourselves (with an awesome army of volunteer labor), we’re neck-deep in adoption paperwork, we have four growing children, and I’m in … Continue reading

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Bedtime Grace

Bedtime is special in our house. Every night I give each child a hug and a kiss, a special “magic tuck,” and I tell them the same thing “No matter where you go, no matter what you do, no matter … Continue reading

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Recommended Resources on Marriage, Parenting and Family

If lost to leader discipleship doesn’t happen at home, it’s not likely it’ll happen in the walls of the church. That said, we believe that moms, dads, grandparents, and children need to be taught what it means to be a … Continue reading

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Why Southern Baptists (Should) Care About Race

A few weeks ago we covered two issues that are politically charged, yet loaded with Gospel implications. On January 15, we discussed the tragedy of abortion as we somberly recognized Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. The following week, we addressed … Continue reading

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When Your Pastor Says it Wrong

Pastors aren’t perfect. Far from it, in fact. We’re flawed, broken, messed up sinners just like the rest of you. All of us. And that’s a terrifying thing. Not that we’re afraid to be open about our own struggles with … Continue reading

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The Lighthearted Luther: On Children

One of the things I love the most about Martin Luther is his colorful style. Although it sometimes got him into trouble, Luther was one of those guys who could likely bring the house down with laughter while pricking hearts … Continue reading

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Happy Election Day!

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Let the Word Do the Work

Whether you’re a Sunday School teacher, a deacon, a pastor, or involved in some other ministry, it’s not uncommon to see God work through you. But how do you respond when you begin to see the evidences of God working … Continue reading

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Preparing for Sunday (10/9/16)

Hey church family! Over two years ago Pastor John began his sermon series through Paul’s letter to the local church in Rome. During PBC’s time of transition, Pastor Dale continued teaching through Romans. Together Pastors John and Dale taught verse-by-verse … Continue reading

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