Posted On March 8, 2015

Weekly Roundup 3/2/2015-3/7/2015

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weekly roundupThis is our weekly roundup of posts for 3/2/2015-3/7/2015. If you have any feedback on how we can serve you our readers better, I would appreciate it.  Thank you for reading and allowing us to minister to you throughout this past week through these posts.

Monday 3/2/2015-

Holiness Series Recap by Dave Jenkins

Knowing the Bread of Life and Drinking from the Living Water of Christ in the Dungeon of Depression by Mike Leake

Blindsided by God: Disappointment, Suffering, and the Untamable Goodness of God reviewed by Mike Boiling

Tuesday 3/3/2015-

Experiencing The Trinity: The Grace of God For the People of God by Joe Thorn reviewed by Dave Jenkins

Sin and Biochemical Brokenness by David Dunham

Two Keys to Parenting Well  by Matthew Fretwell

Wed 3/4/2015-

Loving God and Your Spouse: Six Ways Christ Instructed Husbands to Love Their Wives by Dave Jenkins

Overcoming a Sinful Theology of Lent And Fasting by Zach Barnhart

Enthroned on Our Praise: An Old Testament Theology of Worship reviewed by Mike Boling

Thursday 3/5/2015-

The Miracle At Cana: The Wonder and Excellency of Christ from John 2:1-10 delivered by Dave Jenkins

Two Dangers and Three Duties in Confessing Sin to One Another by Nick Batzig

What He Must Be…If He Wants to Marry My Daughter reviewed by Mike Boiling

Friday 3/6/2015

Indwelling Sin, Positional Sanctification, and Progressive Sanctification by Dave Jenkins

Worshipping with Calvin reviewed by Jonathan Tomes

Seven Helps for When One You’ve Been Discipling Turns Away by Mike Leake

Saturday 3/7/2014

Romans 8-16 For You by Dr. Tim Keller reviewed by Dave Jenkins

Five Ways to Engage in Healthy Online Theological Dialogue by Mike Boling

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