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Learning to Pray from Others

July 10, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

Recently I’ve been dipping in and out of Matthew Henry’s wonderful book, A Method for Prayer. If you ever have difficulty getting going in your prayer life, then I highly recommend reading over the prayers of other brothers and sisters in Christ. It’s good and right for us to learn how to pray from other faithful saints who... Keep Reading

Keep a Record

May 21, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

This past Sunday we focused in on a number of exhortations from James 5:7-12. One of those exhortations was to not grumble against our brothers and sisters in Christ. There is surely a reason James gave this command – he gave it because the Lord knows that we struggle with it. I simply want to remind us of one way that we can guard aga... Keep Reading

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Food, Football, and Fake Plates

April 29, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

Food, football, and fake plates. That’s what a number Thanksgiving’s growing up looked like for me and my family. We would often travel to Ohio to visit extended family for the holiday, and rather than sitting around a table, we would sit around the TV. Then there were the Thanksgiving hockey tournaments. If we weren’t with... Keep Reading

T4G Reflections, Part 2

April 23, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

Brothers & Sisters, Last week I wrote expressing my thanks for pouring into me as your pastor in allowing me to attend the T4G conference and a small pastor’s network meeting. In that note, I began to share with you some of my reflections on that time. I mentioned a few thoughts from talks delivered by Thabiti Anyabwile, Matt Chan... Keep Reading

Grateful for Garbage

April 22, 2014 | by: Mike Law | 0 Comments

I know that we’ve come through Thanksgiving and are now clearly looking forward to Christmas, and it is right that we do so, but in reality we should never stop giving thanks. As I was working on a sermon a short while ago I came across an incredibly edifying passage in a commentary, which challenged me to be more thankful for garbage ... Keep Reading