A Wedding Ceremony...similar to the one you experienced last year or in the 60's. Not a bad idea to read it again and remember what you promised to God and her/him....Keep Reading
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It’s the season for fasting and prayer at TACC. Many of us have never fasted and so this will be an exploration in a new biblical discipline. Jesus expected us to fast. He said that when he left us that we would fast. So why is it so rare? I place much of the weight of this omission on ...
The heart and soul of our devotion to God, in our time of devotions, to use an old but good word, must be the Word of God. Of all the spiritual disciplines, the Word must be the center, and the center of the Word is Christ. This time of singular and focused devotion requires the help of the Spirit and so requires our sincere prayer to him for help. Humility in our inability to derive benefit all by ourselves must be at the heart of devotions. ...
When we gather we encourage each other to read the Bible with joy and delight. We do so because: 1. The Bible is the perfect, without error, very words of God to us that speak primarily of His glory and grace in sending His Son to live and die and rise from the dead in order to rule all creation. They instruct us to delight ...
We make verbal announcements of ministry opportunities at TACC so that the believers at TACC can serve. We do not, and in fact, cannot announce every event because we do not have enough time and we are good at forgetting. That’s why when you send your husband to the store, if he has to remember more than 2 items, you give him a list. That’s also why ...
We pray in our corporate worship service because God answers prayer. Prayer is one of the first acts of a new believer, and the most natural of actions for all believers. Prayer is coming to the God of all grace who loves to hear and answer our requests. Additionally...
A few years back I was rummaging through some old storage boxes and found my first computer hard drive. I jury-rigged it up to a newer computer, hashed through the folders and found this note from a friend sent via email....Keep Reading
Augustine's words "Take up and read!" are a great representation of my attitude toward this article. Take up and read! -Pastor Bob...Keep Reading
This blog post could be titled "Articles I Wish I Wrote, by Pastor Bob." See below for some wonderful insight from Kevin DeYoung!...Keep Reading
In an ever changing world which has lost its moral compass there are some shining stars. Humility in all the right places!...Keep Reading
The issue of so-called same sex marriage is dominating the news. And it should! This might possibly be the most massive shift in the law in the history of our county. We need to be ready and able to defend God's design not only biblically but philosophically and rationally. This blog post by Michael Kruger will be helpful as you formulate your responses in a gentle and res...Keep Reading
It is a liability, living where we do. Orange county - money, Disneyland, doctors, food (plenty of it), and more. That necessary sense of desperation that should accompany the Christian's prayer life is not common today. Occasionally we encounter deep troubles that bring us humbly to our knees: family issues, health, accidents. But, it seems that part of the ordinary...Keep Reading
With all the troubles the world is in, what should the believer do? How do we respond? What about the government and a President with a different set of governing principles? What do we say, how do we pray?...Keep Reading
The conversation about religious radicalism and the events in the Middle East have prompted some to make comments about the Crusades. Unfortunately, most do not understand or have even researched the events and what really happened. The following article by Keven DeYoung is a good place to start your own understanding and can be a useful tool in explaining the Christian f...Keep Reading
We pray at meals. We pray for sick people. We pray for the country. A little bit. Here and there. Augustine is right. We'll never really pray until ... We'll let Tim Keller whet your appetite. Then go to the full article....Keep Reading