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New Reformed Church in Twin Cities
Getting biblically solid, confessionally Reformed churches in the Midwest is not easy, and St. Paul & Minneapolis MN prove no exception. So it is exciting to see that fellow WSC grad Rev. Ryan Kron is starting a church plant in the Minneapolis and Eden Prairie area. So if you’re in the southwest Metro area, give Emmaus Road Reformed Fellowship a look.
Some Annotated Links
A site constructed by several PCA ministers who are liturgically friendly. This doesn’t follow a strict understanding of the Regulative Principle of Worship, but even those who hold carefully to the RPW may find much to benefit their conducting of liturgy.
Iain Duguid Resources
Dr. Iain Duguid, one my OT and Hebrew professors at WSC, has many of his sermons and resources compiled (by an admiring student?) as well as links to many of his books. Dr. Duguid is a rare and talented exegete and preacher.
Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, the good Welsh doctor, has many of his greatest sermons recorded here. An invaluable site.
What should I do when my children say they don’t want to go to church?
R.C. Sproul @Ligonier Ministries weighs in.
What clients do you use for Twitter?
Ow.ly is great for shortening links and Twitter tools. PockeTwit is my favorite mobile client for Windows Mobile. Digsby is my desktop client, great for handling email, chat, Facebook, and all of your social media. Tumblr isn’t actually a Twitter client, but works great with your tumblog.
What other clients are “must have’s” for Twitter and blogging? Have you run into any security measures with any clients?
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So was I speaking and weeping in the most bitter contrition of my heart, when, lo! I heard from a neighbouring house a voice, as of boy or girl, I know not, chanting, and oft repeating. ‘Take up and read; Take up and read.’ [Tolle, lege! Tolle, lege!] Instantly, my countenance altered…
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