Life, Ministry

Life Changes for the Campbell Family

Change is always a difficult subject to address. We often times read about our churches needing change but taking the slow and steady route to get where you need to be. There are always changes whenever you find out you are having another baby (we ARE NOT) or whenever you have unexpected situations arise.  However, there […]

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Book Reviews

Bible Review: The Worldview Study Bible

The CSB Worldview Study Bible features extensive worldview study notes and articles by notable Christian scholars to help Christians better understand the grand narrative and flow of Scripture within the biblical framework from which we are called to view reality and make sense of life and the world. Guided by general editors David S. Dockery […]

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Life, Reflection

What Fire Can Do

Just yesterday (5/25/2018), I was involved in an accident at my part-time job. Currently, I work a couple of days a week, alongside being in ministry, to support my wife in her endeavors of becoming a nurse. One of the ways our company disposes of papers of detailed information regarding our company is to burn […]

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Theology

Why You Should Study Systematic Theology

I was recently having a meeting with my discipleship group and, while reading a book, we all came across this statement, “Notice what these guys didn’t inquire about. Systematic Theology was not their first choice. Church growth and leadership wer not at the top of the list either.”[1] I recently began a Master’s degree in […]

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discipleship, Ministry

What Is Discipleship​ Really About?

Similar to words such as weight management or ignorant, the word discipleship seems to have many different meanings among evangelicals. Weight management can refer to a diet plan or a plan to gain muscle mass and ignorant can refer to someone who is unaware of something or it can be a demeaning adjective toward someone. I’ve […]

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Theology

Book Review: The Spurgeon Journal from B&H Publishing

“It is absurd for a man to say he is born again and yet live just like those who are dead in sin.” -C.H. Spurgeon [1] Nicknamed “The Prince of Preachers,” Charles Haddon Spurgeon is arguably one of the most influential preachers of all time. Spurgeon was most definitely not a typical English scholar, for […]

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