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    FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About The Christian Life – Introduction

    Introduction   It is sometimes said that preachers answer questions that no one is asking. Several years ago I decided to tackle that problem head-on by asking my congregation to submit a list of questions they would like answered from the pulpit. To my surprise (and delight) we received more than six hundred questions covering […]

    FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About The Christian Life – Chapter 2

    Chapter 2 Can I lose my salvation?   This is a controversial question in Christian circles. It would be dif­ficult to find a subject about which believers are more deeply divided. To the question, “Can I lose my salvation?” there are whole denominations that answer yes: the Methodists, the Wesleyans, the Pentecostals, the Church of […]

    The God We Hardly Know

    David Mains caught me off guard with his question. “If you had to grade your congregation on their knowledge of the Holy Spirit, what grade would you give them?” Up until that moment, the interview had gone well. David and his daughter Melissa had thrown me fast pitches right over the center of the plate […]

    William Kelly’s Advice to Budding Preachers

    William Kelly’s Advice to Budding Preachers by Ray Pritchard Recently a publisher in England sent me a brand-new book called The Irish Saint and Scholar: A Biography of William Kelly by Edwin Cross. I know next to nothing about William Kelly except that he was one of the influential early leaders of the Brethren moveme…

    Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero

    FAITH AND DOUBT AT GROUND ZERO by Ray Pritchard Researchers tell us that one of the central questions arising out of the ashes of 9/11 is a spiritual one: Where was God when those planes crashed into the World Trade Center? Sometimes the question is put in terms that are agonizingly personal, such as the father who lost his…

    The Preacher and the Muslim Leaders

    THE PREACHER AND THE MUSLIM LEADERS by Ray Pritchard Last week a noted television preacher came to Chicago for an interfaith meeting with several African-American Muslim leaders. I have chosen not to mention his name because I don’t wish to make this a personal issue and also because I am quoting from a Chicago Tribune…

    Visitors at the Door

    "The man without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him, and he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned" (I Corinthians 2:14). Two nicely dressed people knocked on our door, a man and a woman who said they were from the local Kingdom Hal…

    From Bethlehem to Boston to Oak Park

    Not many people know the connection between our church and the famous Christmas carol "O Little Town of Bethlehem." The connection goes from the carol to its author to the church he built to the Presbyterians of Oak Park to Calvary Memorial Church. In 1864 a pastor named Phillips Brooks visited the Holy Land at Christmastim…

    Clarification of Certain Doctrinal and Practical Issues

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    The following material is presented by the Elders as a means of clarifying the church’s position on certain issues. As you read this, please remember that this is not meant to be a comprehensive statement of what we believe in every area. You may consult the Articles of Faith for a full statement of our […]

    THE HOLY SPIRIT

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    THE HOLY SPIRIT IN THE OLD TESTAMENT Suppose that the King of England were coming to eat at your house one night. What would you serve him? Before you answer that question, consider this one added detail……….along with the King’s acceptance you also have access to his personal diary telling of his previous royal visits […]

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    No one who met our Lord ever stayed the same. If Christmas tells us why Jesus came, then Easter tells us he fully accomplished his mission. In between those two events we have the whole life of Christ. That’s our focus as we walk “In His Steps”, a book of 47 devotionals for the season of Lent (the period of time leading up to Easter).

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