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Churches want to reach younger generations with the gospel. How to go about this has taken many forms and, unfortunately, many of them have been unhealthy. Kevin DeYoung argues for a far more simplified and God-honoring approach in pursuing the next generation.

Pastor Michael has written an article explaining what is at stake with the Law Amendment to be voted on at the 2024 SBC Annual Meeting.

Here is a review of "Covenant and God's Purpose for the World", a book available through our new online bookstore. Check this out and consider purchasing "Covenant and God's Purpose" to read this summer!

We take a look at Joshua 4 and consider the reminders we have of God's mercy to His people.

Social Distancing has necessitated that many of our favorite things be put on hold. We all have things we are missing. But what about opportunities for discipleship and evangelism? Could distance serve to increase our desires to make and mature disciples?

Here is another short devotional from the book of Joshua. In this we look at Joshua 3 and the trip across the Jordan River. These are written for family worship, individuals, or to help small groups stay connected.

Looking for something new to read? Here is a short review of Tony Reinke's book "Competing Spectacles".

A short devotional looking at Joshua 2. This is designed for use by families or individuals.

During our season of separation, the staff wants to make different resources available to you and your family. Here is a short guide you can use to work through Joshua 1!

Pastor Michael will be preaching from 1 Peter 5:6-11 this week. Here is a resource to help us prepare for Sunday.

Everyone is wondering what to do to pass the time in light of the disruption the COVID-19 pandemic has caused to our daily lives. But what if in our war on boredom we actually wasted this time? Here are five suggestions on how to avoid wasting your quarantine.

Bill Wallace surrendered himself to medical missions as a young man. He gave himself in service to the Chinese of Wuchow, South China. This teaches us something about value and the Christian life, something Jesus teaches us in Matthew 13 with the parable of the treasure hidden in the field and the pearl of great price.

The God of the Bible reveals Himself as "I AM WHO I AM". He is the timeless God. He is the unchanging God. There is none like Him! But what does that mean? And what do we do with it? Is it an encouragement when we're struggling? Should it mean more to us than that?

Jesus calls us to take up our cross and follow Him. He says this requires counting the cost. And so we say "I will!". But do we?