Monthly Archives: August 2008

Last Call!!

I will be “cutting off the comments on the two-part interview (Part 1 Part 2) with Dr. Sills on his new book The Missionary Call.  The deadline to enter a question that will be eligible for the drawing for an … Continue reading

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New Worship Leaders During Chapel

Dr. Mohler announced during Tuesday’s chapel service that Dan Odle and Lange Patrick will be leading the music element of worship during chapel services.  Both men lead the worship through music at the Fegenbush and East Campus of Highview Baptist … Continue reading

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Video: Church Gets 3 Million Dollar Anonymous Gift From Lottery Winnings

One member says, “It’s so cool.” The pastor thinks it was an answered prayer. The associate pastors says, “I love when God does things only He can take credit for.”

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Chapel: Dr. Moore on the Doctrine of Election

Dr. Moore preached to us today in Alumni Chapel from Romans 8 and 9.  He challenged those who do not believe in the doctrine of election to live as such and those who do to do the same.  If you … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of Election Should Conform You

Dr. Russell D. Moore is the Senior Vice President for Academic Administration as well as the Dean of the School of Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.  Preaching from Romans 8:26 through 9:6, Dr. Moore taught us on the … Continue reading

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Link: Summary of How To Read A Book

Back to the conversation we had last weekend about reading. Brian Clark from Copyblogger (copywriting for bloggers) has summarized Mortimer J. Adler’s book in his post How To Read. So, if you’ve never read How To Read A Book consider … Continue reading

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Video: Time-lapsed, Man Trapped In An Elevator For 41 Hours

I’m sure there is a parable or sermon illustration somewhere in this story. It’s hard to imagine. You can read the full story on The New Yorker website.

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