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Joy To The World

Posted by Jeremy McKeen on

One of the most popular Christmas anthems is “Joy to the World.” But how in the world is joy possible? Literally, how in this world that is filled with such sorrow and pain do you experience true joy? Do you just need to pretend that bad things haven’t happened or won’t...

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Tags: joy, suffering, gospel

The Relevance of the Resurrection

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Facing a difficult Monday after Easter Sunday is a great test of whether you actually understand the Easter message. When you’re struggling to pay the bills, the kids are still sick, the dryer breaks, and suffering and loss seem more real than Jesus does, how do you respond? You may...

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Tags: hope, assurance, power, resurrection, gospel

Is God Angry With Me?

Posted by Jeremy McKeen on

There I was  – sitting by myself on my back patio with my head in my hands after having blown it again. I wondered, “What does God think of me? Is He angry with me? What punishment could now be in store for me?” As a Christian, a right understanding of how God views us...

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Tags: gospel, forgiveness, peace, sin

Contentment or Complacency?

Posted by Jeremy McKeen on

I couldn’t believe what I was hearing, and to make matters worse, I didn’t know how to respond at the time. I was talking with a Christian friend of mine who was in his early thirties. He was well educated, intelligent and very healthy. Yet, he happily lived at home with his parents...

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Tags: contentment, gospel, faith, laziness

Legalism Vs. Gospel

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In the beginning of Paul’s final remarks in the book of Ephesians, he calls the church to fight and stand against the spiritual forces of evil that are unseen but very much real. And like any good military general, Paul calls us to be strong, but he distinguishes where we get that...

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Tags: gospel, strength

Tribute to David Nicholas

Posted by Jeremy McKeen on

As many of the church planters affiliated with Spanish River Church get ready to participate in their annual church planters conference, I've put together a brief tribute to the life and ministry of David Nicholas and his role in my life. I'm so grateful for many things, and these are just a few...

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Tags: gospel, church planting

What's The Purpose of Preaching?

Posted by Jeremy McKeen on

What should be the purpose in approaching the pulpit to preach on Sunday morning? I believe Scripture sets forth three primary purposes:I. To Exalt the Acts of God:First, the purpose of preaching is an exaltation of “… real objective events … a declaration, not a debate...

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Tags: preaching, gospel

Questions To Ask When Looking for a Local Church

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  Preaching and Teaching: Is the Gospel being proclaimed faithfully or does it encourage “easy-believism?” Is the Word of God being taken out of context or handled correctly? Are the people of God being exhorted from the Word of God to live holy lives? Are the people...

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Tags: church, gospel, teaching, worship, discipleship

Gods Answer For Our Anxiety

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  Our world is an anxious and worried world, yet Christians are called to “Be anxious for nothing.” But why? Why should we be filled with joy and peace in all circumstances? And how? How do believers discover personal peace when the dark clouds of uncertainty and adversity have...

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Tags: gospel, anxiety

"Jack", The Jewish Chiropractor

Posted by Jeremy McKeen on

Several months ago, Lindsay and I and our dear friends, Ron and Connie, met a man outside Panera who made me realize just how much I need to learn about evangelism. Let's call him "Jack."Jack, was a self-professed, part-time Jew who cracks backs for a living and couldn't help overhearing our...

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Tags: evangelism, gospel

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