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Providing Christian blogs, articles, and sermons on various topics from a biblical perspective.

  • Expository Preaching
  • The Exclusivity of Christ
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  • Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

Hymn: A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

This past Saturday marked the day that Martin Luther died 471 years ago—in the year 1546.  His last words were, “We are all beggars. This is true.”  Luther isn’t remembered as much for his final words as he is for his preaching. After nailing his... read more

Faith in Action

Yesterday, I had the privilege of preaching from Ephesians 4:25-32 in our ongoing series through Ephesians.  As we have noted on multiple occasions in our study, Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus (and surrounding cities) is clearly divided into two parts.... read more

DBG Weekend Spotlight (2-17-17)

This September, I will be speaking on the Reformation 500 tour in Europe. We will begin in Berlin Germany and finish in Geneva Switzerland. We will also arrive in Wittenberg only days from the actual 500th year anniversary. For more information you can view the video... read more

Prayer Is Both Horizontal and Vertical

In recent weeks, I’ve been working with my children on how to be more than one-dimensional in their prayer life.  It’s really easy to fall into ruts when we pray.  At times, we learn specific prayers and we repeat them over and over to the point that they... read more

DBG Spotlight (2-15-17)

In the recent 2017 G3 Conference, the theme was centered upon the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.  The topic for my sermon was, “Doctrines Worthy of Death and Scripture Worthy of Preaching.”  You can view the sermon below. *You can view all archives... read more

Please Stop Saying — “God Told Me”

It happened again recently.  I was listening to a sermon online and the preacher said, “God told me.”  Apparently everyone in the congregation enjoyed it from the response I heard, but I immediately turned it off.  This type of communication is becoming... read more

The Whole Duty of Man

Yesterday, in our evening service, I was privileged to preach the final sermon in our Ecclesiastes study from Ecclesiastes 12:8-14.  The study was a challenge to preach, and that is the consensus of all of our elders.  Three of our elders engaged in a rotation through... read more

DBG Weekend Spotlight (2-10-17)

In the 2005 Ligonier National Conference, Mark Dever addressed the subject of worldliness. He answered this simple question: “Whatever Happened to Worldliness?” An Intro to the Institutes (Derek Thomas) – Derek Thomas writes, “In a forest of... read more

Do You Pray for Your Pastors?

If we’re all honest, prayer is often a very difficult practice to maintain and an easy area to neglect.  If the surveys [PewResearch, Barna] are remotely accurate, prayer is an area of deficiency in the evangelical church today.  If parents aren’t praying... read more

DBG Spotlight (2-8-17)

At the 2017 G3 Conference, the official trailer of the upcoming documentary titled “Luther” was released.  You will want to watch the trailer and pre-order the documentary which will take an accurate look at the life and legacy of Luther. What Does “World”... read more

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