Monthly Archives for July 2009
Here’s my sermon from Sunday: The Curse. The Christ. The Chair. Galatians 3:1-14. I preached this sermon at our CPC Millbrae campus. I used two chairs as props in the message, so you’ll have to use your imagination for that … Continue reading
You have to be careful of Buzzards. You never know what they might do: A tourist suffered slash wounds to his head when he was attacked by a buzzard while jogging in Cornwall.
Here’s my sermon from Sunday: Redefining Failure, Identity, and Behavior. Galatians 2:11-21.
I’ve got this thing with my oldest son. It’s become a tradition over the last few months. Whenever Cru comes to visit me in my study at the church, or when we pop into my study after services on Sunday … Continue reading
It’s been about a month since I’ve read a blog. Usually I skim over 7-10 favorite blogs every day. It’s been a nice break to be out of the blog world for a while, to be unaware of what’s going on … Continue reading
In yesterday’s sermon I shared this quote from chapter 3 of J.I. Packer’s, Knowing God. I shared the quote as I was explaining the doctrine of justification, explaining how we can never lose our justified status and identity before God. … Continue reading
This winter, during a drive to and from Tahoe, my wife and I listened to the best material on marriage that we’ve ever heard/read. I’ve been meaning to link to this for some time. Married people, it’s worth your while … Continue reading
Here’s a sermon I preached on community recently from 1 Corinthians 13 with quotes from Socrates and Tina Turner. New Community. 1 Corinthians 13.
My sermon from Sunday: Dynamite, Galatians 2:1-10
I’m finding such delight in Paul Miller’s book, A Praying Life. This is one of the more refreshing books I’ve ever read. This is the most helpful book I’ve ever read on prayer. I want to pray more because of … Continue reading