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The King’s Terms

Yesterday morning we worshipped with a church in Waupun, WI, and heard there a sermon from Isaiah 55 that began with this simple gospel parable: Once there was a king who established a city within his realm. He provided for the building of the city and for all that its people would need or desire, […]

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Still’s Conviction

William Still pastored the same church in Aberdeen for over fifty years (1945-1997) and led a Bible-preaching reformation in the nation of Scotland and beyond. Over the course of his ministry, he was a pastor of other pastors, among whom was Sinclair Ferguson. Ferguson describes Still as having “a deep sense of calling to the ministry […]

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The Missionary Experience

As we go forth with the gospel of Christ to the nations, our hearts are filled with missionary zeal to do God’s work in the lives of others. But we easily forget the deep gospel work that God has to do in us on the field. Reflecting on Jonah chapter 4, Sinclair Ferguson makes this helpful […]

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An Ecclesiastical Grace

Last Sunday, we said goodbye (in part) to the local church where we have worshiped, fellowshipped, served, and been richly blessed the last three years. We thank God for Winnetka Bible Church. We love its deep commitment to the Bible (It’s not the church’s middle name for nothing!) and its passion for missions throughout its […]

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“As God thrusts you out…”

“As God thrusts you out…” Those were the words of Dan Branda, ABWE’s Executive Director of Missions Mobilization, at the beginning of our Candidate Seminar class in March. Dan gave us a big bear hug at the end of seminar, after we were officially appointed. His statement strikes me now, in a fresh and more […]

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