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Here's the video for tonight, in case you want to check it out ahead of time....

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What if you went into therapy and found that the counselor was Jesus?

I read this today at Ray Ortlund's blog Christ Is Deeper Still. Ray is the pastor of Immanuel Church in the Nashville area. I've copied this directly from his blog, but substituted "Me" where Ray wrote "Nashville." WHAT IF I WENT INTO THERAPY, AND FOUND THAT THE COUNSELOR WAS JESUS? Me: I'm tired. Really tired. Especially tired of failing and then covering it up with a s...

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Twenty years ago I met Pastor Randy

Twenty years ago this fall I was a scared "plebe" (freshman) at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. A few months before through the witness of my older brother I made a public profession of faith in Jesus at a crusade in my hometown. Now, as a scared freshman at an incredibly intimidating place, I was in a very vulnerable place spiritually. And i...

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How did we get the Bible & has it been changed?

The validity of Scripture is under attack in our day. Here's a very helpful introduction to the issue of how the Bible came to be the collection of books we know it as today. Click here to download "How Did We Get Our Bible and Has It Been Changed?" by Dr. Matthew Harmon. (HT: Between Two Worlds)...

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Treasuring Him

HT: Desiring God and 1031 Sermon Jams...

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Speaking with Authority

Funny...and true. (HT: Straight up)...

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Run for the Heroes

John Teeples is crazy. He's a local builder and part of our men's wednesday morning bible study and he is running all the way across the state of Georgia (on foot!) over the Memorial Day weekend to raise money for a great organization called House of Heroes. He's planning on 70 miles a day for four days. That's almost 3 marathons a day, back-to-back-to-back-to-back! Check ...

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Easter Sunday

This is kind of a weird thing for a pastor to say, but I have a hard time looking forward to Easter Sunday. I know, I know. I hear your gasps. Yes, it is the most important day on the Christian calendar. True, it's usually a time when lots of people come to church, which would make you think that I see it as a great opportunity to preach the Gospel. I do. But I guess that'...

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Ahh yes... the blogosphere

Well I'm finally stepping wholeheartedly into that wonderful world known as the blogosphere hence the sweet "paul's blog" graphic you see at the top of your screen. My intention is that this blog will be an opportunity for me to air out some of the things that I think God is turning over in me about worship and what it should look like in the context of the tribe. I also h...

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Life in the Tribe

Hey Tribe. Fear not, the CP blog is here! A few times a week I hope to post some thoughts about life, theology, church, and whatever other miscellaneous things pertain to doing life together as a church. A neat feature of a blog is the ability to comment and interact with one another. The best way to be keep up to date with new posts is to subscribe via the RSS button on t...

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