Connecting a Congregation with God’s Word

Champagne’s Sunday sermons are inspired by the previous week’s readings, which has helped keep congregants engaged and enthusiastic about the commitment.

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Friendship in the Valley of the Shadow of Death

As Andrew’s disease appeared and progressed, Ed helped guide Andrew and his wife, Amy, through the wilderness of terminal illness.

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Preparing for Easter From Leviticus, Part I

While it is not always as evident in English translations, the Lord emphasizes in Leviticus 17:11 that he himself is making the ransom available.

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by Jay Sklar, Covenant Theological Seminary

What happens if we have slandered someone publicly and want to repent? What does true repentance look like?

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Holy  Curiosity

For McElrath, Sponsler, and countless other Christians in the sciences, the daily work of science is not a battle with their secular colleagues. Rather, the battle is with their own sinful natures.

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