Tag Archive: Servants of Grace

Nov 27

Michael Boling – Jesus Upholding the Authority of Scripture (Matthew 5:17-20)

(This article was my recent contribution to the Servants of Grace series on the Sermon on the Mount. To read the rest of the articles in this series, please visit Servants of Grace.) Matthew 5:17-20 – Complete Jewish Bible, “Don’t think that I have come to abolish the Torah or the Prophets. I have come …

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Oct 09

Dave Jenkins and Jason Garwood – Equipping You in Grace Podcast: Abortion

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May 02

Dave Jenkins – Broussard, Gay Marriage and “Tolerance”

The other day, Chris Broussard, a sports commenter on ESPN, stated he believed homosexuality was sinful. The fact that on national TV a well-known sports commentator stated this is surprising in a good way. Chris says he is a Christian and believes pre-marital sex and homosexuality are wrong and I commend him in this. The …

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Jun 23

Dave Jenkins – A Powerful Apologetic: Formed by Grace and Truth

John 1:16-17, “For from his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace. For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.” In these verses it is not the Baptist but the Evangelist who is speaking. To understand what is being stated, it is necessary to note the message of …

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Apr 21

Dave Jenkins – Effective Evangelism

Effective evangelism begins and ends with understanding who Jesus is and what He has done in His death, burial and resurrection. The content of the Gospel provides the fuel and motivation for why Christian’s are to engage in evangelism. Jesus sends forth His disciple’s with the Gospel in the power of the Holy Spirit to …

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Apr 03

Dave Jenkins – Reading and Studying the Bible (Part 3)

Introduction In part one of spending quality time in the Word of God we learned about hearing God’s Word, reading God’s Word and studying God’s Word. In part two we learned about about memorizing God’s Word. In today’s post we will focus on meditating on the Word of God. Many people both inside and outside …

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Apr 23

Sarah Flashing – A Gracious Defense: How Do You Do It?

Campus debates, academic conferences, scholarly journals—these are some of the places where apologetics is engaged by the Church’s well-equipped defenders. These contexts lend to the structured, sophisticated arguments that have the power to persuade the most determined atheist and unsure agnostic, but are also useful in local coffee shops, family dinner tables and local school …

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Apr 12

Dave Jenkins – Conclusion to the Reading and Studying the Bible Series

Introduction In part one of spending quality time in the Word of God we learned about hearing God’s Word, reading God’s Word and studying God’s Word. In part two we learned about about memorizing God’s Word. In part three we learned about meditating on the Word of God. To conclude this series, we will briefly …

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Dec 15

Dave Jenkins – The Gospel, Connecticut, and the Great Commission

The tragedy in Connecticut struck a national nerve today as children were harmed and families were left scarred in the wake of the murder of innocent victims. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen these kinds of tragedies happen, and it won’t be the last. The fact, is we live in a sin-stricken world that …

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May 14

Dave Jenkins – A Biblical Approach to the Gosnell Verdict

Recently, I’ve written quite a lot on the Gosnell case. In my opinion it’s one of the watershed cases of our generation as it has opened many people’s eyes to include myself regarding the horror of abortion. Before this case I believed abortion was wrong but I was mostly silent on the issue other than …

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