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Here we go. Romans 1:16-17: 16 I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes: first for the Jew, then for the Gentile. 17 For in the gospel a righteousness […]

Our daughter, Laura, will have hurried surgery on her lower back tonight … a disc-ectomy … to relieve pressure on lower back nerves. We ask your prayers.

Research from a number of angles says the same thing: 20 somethings are not attending church. There is nothing less than a crisis in the church, a crisis that is far greater than most church folk know about and care […]

This blog post, written by Soong-Chan Rah, professor at North Park Theological Seminary, comes on the heels of one of the most significant elections in American history – the election of an African-American to the highest office in our nation.  […]

We now turn to Romans in looking at what “gospel” means — and one thing ought to be clear by now. This word is not very often defined. We get things like the gospel “of the kingdom” and the gospel […]

This post is from our scientist friend, RJS. She often blogs about science subjects here at Jesus Creed. I (RJS) have been accused on occasion, on this blog as a matter of fact, of arrogance for dismissing the young earth […]

Anne Rice’s vampire novels have sold 100 million copies. She now writes, as she tells us so candidly in her memoir of conversion, Called Out of Darkness: A Spiritual Confession , solely for God. This is our second post on […]

Paul discusses in several places in 2 Cor 8–11 matters pertaining to supporting gospel work, gospeling itself, and striving for expanding the opportunities to gospel:

Anne Rice’s vampire novels have sold 100 million copies. She now writes, as she tells us so candidly in her memoir of conversion, Called Out of Darkness: A Spiritual Confession , solely for God. Her story is an old genre: […]

As a college student I got to spend a few weeks in Romford England. I was part of a group of young missionary students and our leader taught us how to do street evangelism. His point was simple: You’ve got […]

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