Our Commitment to Biblical Marriage

Our Commitment to Biblical Marriage

Providence is part of the PCA, a denomination committed to maintaining Jesus Christ’s definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman, for life (see Matthew 19:4-6). For more information, please see the following statement from the office of the PCA’s stated clerk: http://byfaithonline.com/pca-affirms-biblical-marriage/ PCA Affirms Biblical Marriage...

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Book Recommendation

Book Recommendation

There are several biographies that I regularly go back to for encouragement, enlightenment, correction, hope and simply to restore my focus on the main things; Dallimore’s biography of Whitefield is one of them. If you haven’t yet read it, may I recommend it to you? It’s a thrilling read and I guarantee you won’t be disappointed. If you already know about the life of Whitefield, you’ll gain even greater insights...

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Movie Recommendation

Movie Recommendation

Most movies based on books of the bible take ridiculous liberties with the actual text, I want to recommend one that doesn’t – The Book of Daniel, now available to stream on Netflix. While the story of Daniel is told in the imagined setting of a story telling session with Cyrus, Croesus (who became an adviser to Cyrus after his defeat) and Daniel, it exactly follows the text of the first six chapters of Daniel, and is all the better...

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The Picture of a Godly Man

The Picture of a Godly Man

Believe it or not, church-going Christian Men have become a rare commodity. In fact, most American men, whether or not they identify as Christian, do not attend church on a weekly basis. In his book, Why Men Hate Going to Church, David Murrow cites the following sobering statistics: Just 35% of the men in the USA attend church weekly Women comprise over 60% of the typical adult congregation on any given Sunday At least one-fifth of married...

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Some Brief Thoughts on Keeping the Lord’s Day Holy

Some Brief Thoughts on Keeping the Lord’s Day Holy

I tend to analogize questions about keeping the Lord’s Day with questions about how we should date. As Christians, our attitude about both should be positive. We should ask regarding dating, “how can I best honor the Lord on a date?” The moment we begin to ask what teenagers typically ask, “How far can I go?” or “What can we get away with?”, we’re on the wrong track and headed for trouble. So we should...

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