Article 11.4.20

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Who’s your one? Who is one person with whom God is calling you to have a gospel conversation this month? Maybe it is a family member that you will see during the holidays or a close friend with whom you share stories and experiences? Perhaps a neighbor, coworker, classmate, teammate, or...

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Article 10.28.20

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I would have despaired unless I had believed that I would see the goodness of the LORD . . . Wait for the LORD; be strong, and let your heart take courage (Psalm 27:13-14 NASB). There are some days when even ministers are given to despair. Days when we seek to encourage those facing physical...

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Article 10.21.20

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There are so many things that I love about serving at Temple Baptist Church, but one of the most personally satisfying ministries is leadership development. Shortly after I arrived in Ruston, I realized that God had strategically placed our congregation here in order to encourage and equip...

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Article 10.14.20

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It is time to cast a ballot. Election 2020 is upon us. That is right. The moment has come for us to select our deacon leadership! (And you thought I was talking about something else?) Seriously, the choosing of our deacons is one of the most significant practices of the church. We see the first...

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Article 10.7.20

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“I was glad when they said to me, ‘Let us go into the house of the Lord.’ Our feet have been standing within your gates, O Jerusalem!” (Psalm 122:1-2 NKJV). It was the cry of God’s people as they made their way to worship before the Lord in that blessed city. There...

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Article 9.30.20

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LoveLincoln. It is more than just a marketing brand; it is our intentional effort to show our love to Lincoln Parish through specific acts of service and ministry. Indeed, LoveLincoln events push us beyond the four walls of the church building and out into our community. Last week, several of...

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Article 9.23.20

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Life on Mission. Every day, Christ followers are called to embrace His mission and declare His good news. No one is exempt from the task; no one is excused from the responsibility. There are no “second-class” citizens of God’s Kingdom. Moreover, there are no hired professionals...

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Article 9.2.20

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Recognizing God’s gracious deliverance, the Psalmist declared, “Then they cry out to the Lord in their trouble, and He brings them out of their distresses. He calms the storm, so that its waves are still. Then they are glad because they are quiet . . . Oh, that men would give thanks...

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Article 9.9.20

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While the official start of autumn is a couple of weeks away, fall has already made an early appearance in Ruston.  Sure, the reprieve from the summer heat is one indicator that a new season is upon us, but the busy university campuses are an even greater sign that fall is here.  No...

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Article 9.16.20

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“Would you pray for Anne?” It was a simple request I offered before our Old Testament survey class began. You see, we always prayed together at the beginning of our Bible classes at Blue Mountain College, and we students regularly shared what was on our hearts for that intercessory...

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