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Ryan Ahlgrim preaches that fascinating story from Genesis 18:20-32, about the time Abraham bargained with God in the hope that he would spare the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah “if only ten righteous” were found...
“In order to communicate truth, most of the times, humans use prose…full sentences, complete paragraphs, linear logic. Prose is fine for propositional truth or for flat, mundane things…But, at times, in order to move people...
“It happened three years ago. Pope Francis went to visit a small church in Rome. As part of his visit, five children were selected to ask the Pope a question,” begins Father Michael Renninger, pastor...
“It’s only a hunch, but I have a hunch that the 23rd Psalm may have been among the first David ever wrote,” begins Jim Somerville, Pastor of Richmond’s First Baptist Church and Co-Founder of A...
“After the hard sayings of Jesus over the last few weeks it is a relief to come to this week’s Gospel lesson from Matthew 11:25-30,” says Jim Somerville, pastor of Richmond’s First Baptist Church and...
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