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Feasting after the Fast

April 19, 2017 | by: Phil Kruis |0 Comments

Fasting during Lent ends with the celebration of the Resurrection! Let the feasting begin!... Keep Reading

Posted in: Kruis Korner |Tags: Lord, Fast, Feast

A Day in the Life of a Presbyterian: The Session Meeting

August 17, 2016 | by: Ben Castaneda |0 Comments

What actually happens at a session meeting?... Keep Reading

The Order of Salvation, Part 1: Introduction

March 14, 2016 | by: Ben Castaneda |0 Comments

What is the order of the steps that God uses to save us?... Keep Reading

Distinctive Discipleship: Being Salt and Light

February 29, 2016 | by: Ben Castaneda |0 Comments

A quote on what it looks like to be salt and light.... Keep Reading

Bonhoeffer on Forgiveness

January 22, 2016 | by: Ben Castaneda |0 Comments

This past weekend, we had our third annual Youth Winter Retreat. We were joined by some of the youth of Church of the Resurrection (PCA) in Flagstaff. We had a great time! The theme of the retreat was "The Gospel for Me and for You," and we discussed how the gospel changes us individually as well as in relationship with each other. One talk I gave was about how the gospel gathers Christians into a new family. We are no longer scattered and divided by cult... Keep Reading

How are you doing?

January 19, 2016 | by: Luke Smith |0 Comments

Are we honest when we tell others how we are doing? ... Keep Reading

Cliques, Clubs, and Christian Unity

September 30, 2015 | by: Ben Castaneda |0 Comments

“We clasp hands in a circle and sing, ‘Blest be the tie that binds,’ but what does that tie look like? It is invisible, of course, and we may like it that way. The more invisible the better. If it were not for that invisible tie, we might feel that we had to do something about our divisions.” That quote was written by Ed Clowney in his book The Church, and it unfortunately reflects a very real problem faced by every local church. C... Keep Reading

Posted in: A Word...or Two |Tags: cliques, Unity, Love

The Church and the State

August 24, 2015 | by: Luke Smith |1 Comments

What should the relationship between Christians and the government look like? ... Keep Reading

Posted in: Hey Y'all |Tags: Church, State, Titus, Paul

The Christian Life: Brotherly Love

August 19, 2015 | by: Ben Castaneda |0 Comments

As I was doing my devotions this morning, I came across this verse: "Now concerning brotherly love you have no need for anyone to write to you, for you yourselves have been taught by God to love one another" (1 Thes 4:9). What an incredible commendation! Paul didn't need to tell them how to love one another because they were already doing it so well! Compare this to 1 Corinthians, where Paul has to write an entire chapter about what love for one anot... Keep Reading

People, Places, and Prophets...or "What do we do with the boring parts of the Bible?"

August 4, 2015 | by: Ben Castaneda |0 Comments

Let's face it. Some parts of the Bible are more interesting than others. Reading about the parceling of the Promised Land in Joshua 13-21, with its seemingly never-ending list of cities and villages, doesn't exactly get your blood pumping for your morning devotions. The same thing could be said about the genealogies of 1 Chronicles or dozens of chapters in the Prophetical books that continually threaten fire and brimstone on nations that no longer exi... Keep Reading

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