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Spiritual Training in the Offseason

Spiritual Training In The Off Season Matthew 13:1-9; 19 "That same day Jesus went out of the houseand sat by the lake.2Such large crowds gathered around him that he got into a boatand sat in it, while all the people stood on the shore.3Then he told them many things in parables, saying:"A farmer went out to sow his seed.4As he was scattering the seed, some fell along th...

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Student Ministry in the Life of the Church

In my years of church-going, I have observed that many families arrive at church together only to part ways as soon as they enter the doors and not see each other again until it is time to leave. Everyone goes off to their own Sunday School class, then sometimes even to their own worship service. Is this the way it should be? Is this the way God intended church to function...

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The Church Choir


Many churches struggle with whether or not the choir should be a part of their future. While I don't believe that it should be a part of every church, there are some compelling reasons for a church to utilize a worship-leading choir in their times of worship. Below are comments written by Mark Condon in an article he wrote some time back addressing this issue. "Do We...

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2020 Bible Reading Plan

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Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. (Psalm 119:105) Many Christians set the goal to read the Bible through in a year. This is a worthy goal, but also a hard one. How do you decide when and how much to read? Often the reading can seem daunting and cumbersome. Often, before the first month is even over people give up on this goal. We want to help you. If...

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I am the Lord's Servant

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Merry Christmas! I hope you are enjoying December and not allowing yourself to be distracted by so many things that you forget the reason for the season. I hope you enjoy this devotional. Read Luke 1:26-56. I love this passage: Mary, at the moment something tremendously difficult and extremely confusing is asked of her, responds with, "I am the Lord's servant." Wow! ...

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Lottie Moon Christmas Offering 2019

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May God be gracious to us and bless us; may he make his face shine upon us so that your way may be known on earth, your salvation among all nations. Psalm 67:1-2 Every year the 44,000+ churches that make up the Southern Baptist Convention take up an offering during December called The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. Lottie Moon was a fascination woman and missionary t...

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Avoiding the Awkward Moments


I don't know about you, but I don't particularly enjoy awkward moments, regardless of the type. Most awkward moments are uncontrollable, and you never know when they're coming and how long they'll last. This got me thinking about 1 Peter 1:13-16 - "13 Therefore, with minds that are alert and fully sober, set your hope on the grace to be brought to you when Jesus Christ is...

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Philosophy of Worship

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There have been very few times over the years that any one has asked about my philosophy of Worship Ministry related to congregational singing. I thought that this might be an excellent time to share that with you. 1. To offer the very best, that I and the people I have been called to serve, can prepare for our Lord as a sacrifice of praise. I will not offer...

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Our God is With Us


For several years, one of my favorite passages to use for preaching has been Psalm 71. I have preached sermons from this passage in English and in Spanish, and every time I am reminded that God is always with me. Here are some of the verses that bring up that remembrance: Verse 3: "Be my rock of refuge, to which I can always go." (NIV) Verse 8: "from birth I have relie...

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Pastor Appreciation Month


You may or may not know this, but October is Pastor Appreciation month. I am so thankful for the men that God has called to serve on staff here at Plymouth Park Baptist Church. They are men of great character and who love you and this community so much. I ask you to join me in praying for these men this month daily as they lead out in their ministry areas. Here are five wa...

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