Growth: Wallpaper

    "Neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth. "
    - 1 Corinthians 3:7

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    Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


    Video: "As a Man Thinketh — Part Two" by Alistair Begg

    In many ways, Saul and David were complete opposites. The king was full of bravado, while the shepherd boy was self-effacing. Saul was filled with hate, while David was clearly blessed by the Lord. Eventually, David would become king—the very thing that Saul feared. Yet even he would succumb to pride. Contrasting the two men, Alistair Begg points us forward to Christ, the only King who possesses perfect humility and sincerity.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


    What Should I Do before I Open My Bible?

    It’s humbling to think that God longs to talk to us through His Word, the Bible. No matter who we are or how many times we’ve been less than responsive to His calling, He moves purposefully toward us, still befriending us—through a book!

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    Topics: Ministry Updates


    Video: "As a Man Thinketh — Part One" by Alistair Begg

    Our thoughts don’t always align with our words. We see this truth illustrated in Saul, who showered David with generous invitations even as he eyed him with increasing envy and hostility. Giving the appearance of civility, Saul even offered God’s anointed king his daughter’s hand in marriage while secretly plotting to eliminate him. This attempt to override the Lord’s plan failed, teaches Alistair Begg, because God is sovereign, able to use even man’s evil schemes for His people’s good.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


    Sermons on Assurance of Salvation

    Some doubt their salvation, which can lead to uncertainty in their faith. Does “once saved” mean “always saved”? In these sermons, Alistair Begg explores what Scripture says about our salvation and the assurance we have in Christ.

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    Topics: Ministry Updates


    Download (Free) - Seven Marks of an Effective Church

    What makes a church effective? Is it a functional building, excellent worship music, a vibrant youth program, or a robust teaching ministry? While our answers may vary, the burgeoning church in the book of Acts clearly provides us with seven elements for which every church should strive. These marks include the apostles’ teaching, fellowship, the sacraments, prayer, mutual care, worship, and continuous evangelism. No church will ever master all of these elements, but they should be the goals to which church leaders guide their people. Is your church on the right course?

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    Topics: Monthly Resources


    Afresh: Wallpaper

    "We pray, Lord, that You will come to us and embrace us by Your Spirit. Fill us afresh with Your goodness; open our lips that our mouths might show forth Your praise."
    - Alistair Begg

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    Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


    Sermons on Loving Others

    How should Christians act toward others? In these sermons, Alistair Begg reminds believers that their actions should reflect Christ's character. When interacting with both unbelievers and other Christians, our lives should be marked by a genuine love and should draw others to the Gospel.

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    Topics: Ministry Updates, Monthly Resources


    Explore the Hidden Treasure Found in the Gospels

    No source draws us closer to the Lord Jesus more than the Gospels. Here we’re invited to experience a deeply personal encounter with the fulfillment of God’s eternal promises in the person and work of Christ.

    So how can we dive deeper into the Gospels’ pages to know the Savior better?

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    Video: "The Lord Was with Him" by Alistair Begg

    Because the Lord was with him, David was greatly successful and loved by the people—and increasingly feared and detested by King Saul. Alistair Begg examines the deep unity between David and his friend Jonathan, the soul-shattering jealousy experienced by Saul, and the Spirit-empowered victory David enjoyed in all his endeavors. Fulfilling Israel’s longing for a king who would go to battle for his people, David’s example points forward to our greater King, Jesus.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


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