Christ the True Man

Christ, the Second Adam, is the True Man, showing us what it means to be truly human, and restoring our humanity. Read More...

Christmas Humility

The humble nature of Christ's birth points to the great humility of the incarnation where God became man to save us. Read More...

Dare To Be A Daniel: Living As God's Sojourning Exiles

Daniel serves as an example of how God sojourning exile people are to remain distinct in their faith and worship yet labor with unbelievers in the common kingdom, in order that God may use us to draw people into His redemptive kingdom. Read More...

God's Sojourning Exile People (Pt. 2)

In this age Christians are sojourning exiles, serving with unbelievers in our common kingdom and culture, as we long for our heavenly home. Read More...

God's Sojourning Exile People (Pt. 1)

In this age Christians are sojourning exiles, serving with unbelievers in our common kingdom and culture, as we long for our heavenly home. Read More...

Christian Support of Politics and the Law

A video answering the question whether or not Christians should/can support unbiblical political positions or laws. Read More...

The Law of Moses and Civil Government

The Mosaic covenant of law was given to Israel for life in the promised land and was never intended as the basis for government in the common kingdom, and even its function within the people of God has changed with the new covenant. Read More...

Giving Caesar His Due

Government has been given by God as part of the common kingdom of man to promote justice and maintain order, and Christians are called to pray for and submit to their government whenever possible. Read More...

The Lord of the Rings - Understanding Sphere Sovereignty

God is the Sovereign Lord over every sphere of life and culture, and has given unique calls, gifts, and responsibilities to each sphere, which must not be infringed upon by other spheres. Read More...

A Tale of Two Kingdoms (Pt. 2)

After the fall, God instituted a distinction between the kingdom of man, the realm of common grace ruled through general revelation, and the kingdom of God, the realm of saving grace ruled through special revelation. Read More...

Giving Thanks for the Body of Christ

We are to give thanks for the faith and love of the body of Christ for as He is now revealed through the Church He will one day be revealed in person. Read More...

A Tale of Two Kingdoms (Pt. 1)

After the fall, God instituted a distinction between the kingdom of man, the realm of common grace ruled through general revelation, and the kingdom of God, the realm of saving grace ruled through special revelation, in order to preserve the human race and redeem His people. Read More...

Creation, Culture, and the Curse

Humans were created to cultivate culture by ruling and developing God’s creation, but the fall caused significant changes in creation and necessitated redemption.
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Every Square Inch

Jesus Christ is the risen and exalted Lord over all things, ruling every square inch of the universe for God’s glory. Read More...

C4 - Introduction

Video introduction to our next series - "Christ, the Church, Christians, and Culture." Read More...

What God Demands - And Gives

God demands that I be perfect in holiness, love and integrity - and He gives this to me through Christ. Read More...

The Less-Advertised Follower of God

We follow God, not to be known by man, but to be known by God. Read More...

Outline of the Series on the Book of 1st Peter

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Encouragement for God's Sojourning Exiles

As God’s chosen, exile people, we are called to stand in His grace, loving, encouraging and serving one another, as He blesses us with His perfect peace. Read More...

One Body, One Church, Doing Good

As the body of Christ we are called to entrust ourselves to our faithful creator by doing good as the Church. Read More...

Sufferring as a Christian

When faced with the fire of suffering for our faith, we are called to rejoice and entrust ourselves to our faithful God and continue to do good. Read More...

Suffering Because Christ Suffered

The society that we live in desires our sin. Are we willing to reject that sin and suffer as a result of that rejection as Christ suffered as our example. Read More...

Suffering and Vindication

As Christians, we may be called by God to suffer for doing good, but He will vindicate His people in the end. Read More...

Living in Godly Submission (Part 3)

As God’s exile, sojourning people, Christian wives are called to submit to the husbands God has placed over them - even if they are ungodly, and Christian husbands are called to show honor to their wives. Read More...

Living in Godly Submission (Part 2)

As God’s exile, sojourning people, Christians are called to submit to the authorities God has placed over them - even if they are ungodly and unjust. Read More...

Living in Godly Submission (Part 1)

As God's exile, sojourning people, Christians are called to submit to and honor the authorities God has placed over them. Read More...

Living as God's Exile People

As God’s exile, sojourning people, Christians are called to resist sin and live lives devoted to good works, hoping that God will use these to draw unbelievers to the Gospel. Read More...

A Building Made by God

In the midst of life in this fallen world we must always remember who it is that God has called us to be. Read More...

Spiritual Nourishment for a Life of Brotherly Love

As God's chosen people, we are called to be nourished spiritually and to love our fellow believers fervently. Read More...

Who is God?

Catechism Question 16

Who is God?
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Called to a Holy Life of Hope

As God’s chosen people, we are called to lives of holiness, built upon an eternal perspective that generates hope no matter our present circumstances.
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The One True Hope

We are to praise God for the hope we have in Jesus Christ in the midst of the conflict that exists between the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Man. Read More...

God's Chosen Exile People

God’s chosen people live as exiles in this world, but are sustained by the covenant grace and peace of the Father, Son, and Spirit. Read More...

Guilt, Grace, and Gratitude - The Gospel and Its Fruit

To be part of God's people I must know how great my sin is, how God has delivered me from my sin and misery through Jesus Christ, and how I can show my gratitude to God for delivering me. Read More...

Series Outline on Water Baptism

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Baptism - Immersed Into Christ

Because of the meaning of ‘baptism’ and especially the symbolism of being placed in, buried, raised, and clothed with Christ, full immersion is the best mode for water baptism. Read More...

Baptism in the Name of the Lord

Water baptism is done under the authority of the Trinity in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Read More...

Who Should Be Baptized?

In view of the biblical teaching on the New Covenant and water baptism, only those who have personally professed faith in Christ should be water baptized. Read More...

The Story of Scripture

There is an overarching story to the whole of scripture that should affect every passage that we read. God is bringing glory to Himself through the Person and work of Jesus Christ as He creates and redeems a people who glorify and enjoy Him forever. Read More...

Christ's Resurrection and Our Salvation

Christ's resurrection is the basis of our salvation, so that we can rejoice in what has come to us entirely by grace. Read More...

The Limits of Water Baptism

Water baptism does not remove original sin, or produce regeneration or justification, but it is the sign that these things have been already done by God and received by faith alone. Read More...

The Benefits of Baptism

Water baptism is the sign and seal of our union with Christ, a means of grace to provide strength in our struggle against sin, and the medium through which we testify of our faith in Christ and membership in the church. Read More...

Why Should I Be Baptized?

Christ commands His followers to be baptized in water as the sign and seal of our union with Him, to receive power in our struggle with sin, and testify of our faith in Him. Read More...

What is a Sacrament?

A sacrament is a special symbol given by God to His people that, when received in faith, serves as a sign and seal of His promises to us, functions as a means of grace to strengthen us, and through which we testify of our faith in Him and His promises. Read More...

Exploring the Book: Understanding the Structure of the Bible

There are many sections in the Bible, each with their own unique role, but they all point to Jesus and His work for us. Read More...

The Joy of Corporate Worship

There is great joy that comes from gathering with God's people. Read More...

Series Outline on "Isaiah - Behold Your God"

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Q&A Session on the Book of Isaiah

This is a question and answer session on the Book of Isaiah. It includes an overview of the message of the book, key themes from the book, discussion of a few passages, and a lot of application to today. Read More...

The Sufficiency of Scripture

The Bible is the only infallible and inerrant rule of faith, sufficient for salvation and holiness. Other creeds and confessions may be helpful summaries, but must be tested by Scripture, which is the final authority. Read More...

Letting the Word Dwell in You Richly

To glorify God and enjoy Him forever, we must let the Word dwell in us richly as we hear, read, study, memorize, and meditate on God’s Word.
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The Treasure of God's Word

Where do we learn how to glorify God and enjoy Him forever? In His Word, the Bible.
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Created To Glorify and Enjoy God Forever

Why did God create humans?  To glorify God and enjoy Him forever. Read More...