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Intro to Luke

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Author:The common conclusion that scholars have determined for the authorship of the third gospel is a physician named Luke, who was Paul’s missionary companion for much of his ministry. It is believed that this author is the same Luke that Paul refers to in Philemon 24, Colossians 4:14, and ...

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Intro to Mark

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  Author: The book of Mark was written by John Mark. He was an interpreter for Peter and most likely wrote this Gospel under his guidance. John Mark was the cousin of Barnabas. He went along the first missionary journey with Paul and Barnabas. Throughout this Gospel we see the flaws of ...

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The Power of the Tongue

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But I tell you that every careless word that people speak, they shall give an accounting for it in the Day of Judgment. For by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned. - Matt. 12:36-37   For many of us, fear arises when we hear these words because we are ...

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Intro to the Book of Matthew

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As we start our Illuminate series, check out the intro to Matthew to help along in understanding better your reading for the next few weeks! We hope this will be a resource for you as you start your study at home.

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The Art of Transparency

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One of the greatest crises facing my generation today is our aversion to authenticity. Which is odd considering how much time we spend talking about ourselves. At no point in history do we have as much control over the image we present to the world than we do now. But more often than not, that ...

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Let God Write an Epic

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One time, I wrote a novel in a month. Over 50,000 words of fiction typed out between November first and November last. I would stay up until two o’clock typing in my dining room and then get up at seven for work. It wasn’t easy, there were times I didn’t think I’d meet the ...

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Tags: vision, new beginning, seasons

The Chains of Legalism

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Legalism keeps you safe. Then again, so does prison. Like a convict willingly strolling into a cell, I find myself falling into the trap of legalism time and again. To be honest, legalism is an easy default for a girl who has grown up in the church. Instead of relying on discernment or wisdom, I ...

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The ‘What’ of Prayer

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“Okay, prayer is important. I got that. But how do you do prayer? I mean, how am I supposed to pray?” Unfortunately, we, as Christians, usually fail to address these kinds of questions. Having gotten lost somewhere in the cookie-cutter Christian subculture, we assume people ...

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The ‘Why’ of Prayer

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“If God already knows what I am going to pray about, then why do I even need to pray?” Most of us have asked questions like this sometime during our lives, especially in seasons when it seems like our Lord is distant and His answers are few. Often when we seem to be stranded in a ...

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Some Thoughts on Prayer

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Prayer. In Christian contexts, prayer is often mentioned but rarely practiced. Sure there is that whole prayer-during-the-church-service-to-look-religious kind of thing, but far too few of us actually engage in prayer as if our lives depended on it, which they do. I am speaking about our spiritual ...

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