Monthly Archives: November 2016

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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This Sunday at PBC (11/27/16)

 

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The Dark Side of Martin Luther

For the past few months we’ve been exploring the life and legacy of Martin Luther. One of the most common objections coming from Christians who are first developing an appreciation for the Reformer has to do with the dark side … Continue reading

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This Sunday at PBC (11/20/16)

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Members’ Meetings or Business Meetings?

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Martin Luther and Donald Trump

You’d have to be living under a rock to miss the surprising results of last week’s presidential election. Defying nearly every prediction and projection, Donald J. Trump was voted the 45th president of the United States. After a bitter election … Continue reading

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This Sunday at PBC

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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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