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2 Corinthians 3:1-6

Discussion Questions Paul understood what it was like to feel inadequate ministering to others. Can you relate? If so, how do these verses speak into that? How are the Corinthians themselves a letter of recommendation for Paul? In your own life, who has modeled for you how to follow Christ? Who are your "letters", those you're investing in right now? How would...

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Here We Stand: Remembering the Reformation

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October 31. For many, the day simply marks Halloween each year. But the world that we know today would simply not exist if not for what happened in Germany on October 31, 1517. On that day, a German monk named Martin Luther nailed his controversial Ninety-five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. Because of what happened on that day, many Chri...

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2 Corinthians: The Focused Church

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This fall, we start a new sermon series on the book of 2 Corinthians. Context is always helpful in preparing for a new book study, so we've compiled some resources to provide background....

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Perspectives from an Ordinary Dad: Leading Your Family to Know God

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I am an ordinary dad. Just like you. I am not a theologian, but I am a Christ-follower who desires to lead my family to know God and be known by him. As I walk with Jesus, these are some things I am learning and ways that he is shaping me as I lead my family....

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Perspectives from an Ordinary Dad: Using Everyday Moments

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Dads, look at your schedule, look at your pastimes, and ask yourselves how you can make God and his Word a more central part of your day and week. Lead your family to see God and how he is at work in the everyday moments....

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What's Happening as Habakkuk Is Writing?

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"Look among the nations, and see; wonder and be astounded. For I am doing a work in your days that you would not believe if told." Habakkuk 1:5...

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Study The Book of Habakkuk

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Questions like “Why?” and “How long?” are part of the Bible’s vocabulary. These complaints (or “laments”) are found throughout the Bible and reflect the attempts of God’s people to process their pain with God. ...

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What We're Loving: Read | Watch | Listen

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On occasion, the Providence staff likes to take time to make recommendations for things we've been reading, watching, and listening to. Below are some recommendations we hope will be a blessing to you in this season!...

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Teaching Our Kids to Live Missionally

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Over the past several years the term “missional living” has gained steam and gotten popular among those who attend church. What exactly does “missional living mean?” And as parents how can we teach our kids to live missionally?...

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The False Gospel of Self-Righteousness

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When I discipline my children, the false gospel of self-righteousness comes out of my mouth in ways that I would cringe to display before others. I know that Jesus is the only righteous person who ever lived; that I am a sinner saved by grace alone; that breaking one part of the law is breaking the whole law. I would never say differently. But this is not the gospel I prea...

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