Happy Labor Day! The Lord be with you today.
This is a late post from this weekend. My site went down Saturday. So you get Labor Day Shout-Outs today. Enjoy!
Yesterday, I continued my Ephesians series with a message entitled, “Be Imitators of God” (Ephesians 5:1-6). What does it take to be imitators of God?
I. Walk in Love (5:1-2).
A. Imitate the Love of God the Father (v. 1)
B. Walk in the Love of God the Son (v. 2)
II. Say No to Defiling Sins (5:3-4).
A. Abstain from immoral behavior (v. 3)
B. Abstain from filthy language (v. 4)
III. Remember Your Identity in Christ (5:5-6).
A. Be sure of Your Kingdom Citizenship (v. 5).
B. Don’t be Deceived about the Consequences of Sin (v. 6).
We are looking forward to hosting the Cutting It Straight Expository Preaching Conference at the Shiloh Church in Jacksonville – September 22-24, 2015. This conference exists to train, promote, and model faithful Bible exposition. There will also be tracks for Worship & Arts and Youth Ministry. Please pray God’s blessings on this event. Hope to see you there!
R. Albert Mohler: “In This World You Will Have Trouble” – Welcome to Rowan County
William Barrack: Exegetical Fallacies: The Word Study Fallacy
Garrett Kell: A Sample Statement on Regular Church Attendance
Ron Edmondson: 7 Ways to Be a Best Friend to a Pastor
Jared C. Wilson: Cultivating a Gracious Climate in Your Church
Barnabas Piper: 11 Easy Steps to Repenting on the Internet
Thom Rainer: Ten Signs a Pastor is Becoming a Chaplain
Chuck Lawless: 10 Things Effective Churches Do Well
Carey Nieuwolf: 5 Rarely Talked About Tips for Every Communicator and Writer
R.C. Sproul: How Sinful is Man?
Michael Hyatt: Thinking about an Affair? Count the Cost
John H. Armstrong & R. Kent Hughes: Should Adulterous Pastors Be Restored?
Melissa Edgington: When You Protect Your Child from the Porn Industry, You Also Protect Mine
BOOK OF THE WEEK: Expositional Preaching by David Helm
WEBSITE OF THE WEEK: The Charles Simeon Trust
SONG OF THE WEEK: 1o,00 Reasons by Matt Redman
Do you have any shout-outs or ministry links to share? Join the conversation in the comments section.