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March 2014

Using Bible Commentaries Beneficially

Here is a great article on the use of commentaries for your personal study, for teaching preparation, or for sermon Preparation.  I am always amazed when people look down on the use of commentaries, as if the Spirit only speaks to them.  God can use commentaries to help grow you closer to Christ when used properly.  Here are some great tips on the use of commentaries in your reading life: How to use Bible Commentaries Some good Commentary lists include: Top commentaries on every book of the bible ( Keith Mathison) Best Commentaries (probably the best resource site for commentaries) The Commentary List (The

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Communicating Disciplemaking

The 2 articles include: They do it better than We do The Heart of a Disciple-Making Pastor How would you go about explaining the need for real disciplemaking to members of a church that have never done it before?

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Reading about Things: Impassibility – IS God is emotionless like a rock?

 Lister identifies what he takes to be the core meaning of the historic affirmation of impassibility: that God does not experience sinful emotions, involuntary emotions, or emotions that are in some way unworthy of him.  Here is some good reading on this important subject.  This doctrine was used to combat heracy in the early church and proved to be an important part of the early Christians Biblical understanding of God. Read and enjoy.  Let me know what you think?  

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Article Reflection: Watching Movies to the Glory of God

…It is important to emphasize that it is not only dangerous for Christianity as a movement that Christians do not know how to think like Christians when they go to the movies, but it is personally damaging because to watch a movie with no regard for God, quite simply put, is sinful.  I kind of get fed up with people saying that certain movies are off limits to Christians.  Yes, I know that some movies that will entice us in weakness to sin.  Here is Peter’s quote: Christians should avoid movies which will promote sin in their lives.  What I

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Glenn Leatherman

I am first of all a disciple and follower of Jesus Christ. I affirm Evangelical Christian beliefs as well as  Gospel driven in philosophy of ministry. I am married to Ann and am raising 2 wonderful boys – Jonathan and Andrew. My purpose is to build disciplemaking disciples that are becoming fishers of men in fully displaying of God’s Glory in all things. Learn more

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