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We’re excited to let you know about the 2012 College and Careers Retreat! College and
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So there is some great music out there, and as Reformed Christians we can rejoice in that fact. But if the issue of music in general can be a contentious one, the issue of the music we use in our worship services can be a cause for even more controversy…
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When it comes to compatibility, my wife and I couldn’t be more different.
If we do not seriously believe that unbelievers are under the wrath of God and that we ourselves have been saved from eternal judgment by the death of Christ, we will not be greatly motivated to proclaim the gospel of salvation to others.
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Brian Godawa was the screenwriter for the movie To End All Wars. He recently wrote the