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Archive for September, 2011

judging a book by its “cover”

A friend of mine judged a book by its cover recently and was labled a closed minded fool. That friend is a pastor. The lable was hurled at him on a blog site (see below). Such is the world of the internet. But that’s another blog post to be written at another time and probably by another blogger. I came to the defense of my friend – not simply for  [ Read More ]

GRBF meeting Friday, September 30

7:30pm at the regular place. Among the many things we will discuss, we are going to land on a date to start Lord’s Day services.

WARNING: this post is jestly earnest. Before you read any of my comments below, I highly (Did I say highly?) recommend you read this piece by CRT. If you did not read Trueman’s piece yet, stop now and either read it then come back here or get off my blog (and if you get sick, don’t call me for a visit!). There are plenty of other blogs for you to  [ Read More ]

It’s the End of the World as we Know It — October 21, 2011

Pastor Steve Marquedant has a piece on the sad and very troubling saga of Harold Camping. You can read it here. Here’s one of his closing paragraphs: The moral of the story is apparent.  Error begets error and error always grows.  Harold Camping and Family Radio had a good beginning.  But as the years went on, smaller errors became larger ones.  Slowly but inevitably, Camping moved outside the realm of  [ Read More ]

Carl Trueman video on various things related to the church

Watch it here.

good stuff here on sorting through the Noble mess

…over at Justin Taylor’s blog.

Thabiti on multi-campus philosophy… “of the Devil”

“Multi-Site Churches Are from the Devil,” so says Thabiti over at The Gospel Coalition. You can read it here.

Great Newton hymn – a pastor worth emulating

Here it is.

Did I say Trueman again?

The good doc Carl has done it yet again. Though this may be a bit technical for some, it is a brilliant analysis of an important issue – Nicene Christianity – and its implications for contemporary ecumenism. Here it is. Enjoy and be educated.

Trueman again…

…without much analysis. This speaks for itself. Lord, help me! PS: Make sure to watch the video clip on Trueman’s blog. That’s what speaks for itself.

GRBC morning worship

GRBC will be meeting at the Ramada Inn, Palmdale Blvd. ...

sermons from Lord's

  morning sermon: Walking on Water then addressing the Crowd (John ...

Recent sermons: What

  What is a planted church? Part 1   What is a planted ...

public worship on Oc

The Holiday Inn, in which we normally meet, informed us ...

The Father loves the

You can listen to the sermon here.

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