Tag Archives: Timothy Keller

The Gap: Seek the Welfare of the City (Part 2)

Yesterday’s post looked at the parallel between the church and the people of God in the Old Testament, specifically as it relates to Jeremiah 29 and the call of God to “seek the welfare of the city where I have … Continue reading

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When You Suffer…

The Bible has a great deal to say about suffering. Some have argued that dealing with pain is the central theme of the Scriptures.[1] Could we not contend that suffering is one of the major underlying realities that unites every … Continue reading

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Walking with God through Pain and Suffering

Timothy Keller’s newest book, Walking with God through Pain and Suffering is a masterpiece. I’m preaching on 1 Peter 1:6-12 this coming weekend, so the subject he addresses is one in which I find myself neck-deep. Suffering as a Christian is … Continue reading

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Worship by the Book

Do you ever think about the things that we do as we gather as a church on a week to week basis? Why do we sing the songs we do? Why do we order the gathering in a certain way? … Continue reading

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Three Kinds of Men (C.S. Lewis)

I was watching a Timothy Keller video on gospel and religion the other day and he mentioned a short essay by C.S. Lewis that has been very influential in his evangelistic approach. The essay talks about three types of men (humans), and Keller mentioned … Continue reading

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Leadership and Church Size

Have you ever been frustrated about something in your church?  Loaded question, I know.  Whether you’re a pastor, leader, member, or casual attendee, everyone involved with “church” on a regular basis seems to have strong opinions about how things should … Continue reading

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