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Christ Our Passover

As we look as a congregation at the Passover in Exodus 11-12 we see God delivering a people, separating them from Egypt and then setting them apart as a holy people. This is done through a doorway. This door as He instructed the people of Israel was to be covered in...

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Will you accept the invitation?

This post originally appeared on Pastor Rob's blog, RobLaughter.com. Suppose you received an invitation to a party thrown by a well-known and respected host. The invitation contains all of the details about the party: the host, the location, and how to get to the...

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What’s your excuse?

This post originally appeared on RobLaughter.com. Have you ever made excuses for something that you knew you should do, but you just didn't want to? "I really should work out more, but I'm not going to stick with it anyway, so why bother?" "I should share my faith...

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Young Leaders of the Bible: Part 2

This post originally appeared on Pastor Rob's blog, RobLaughter.com In our last post, we looked at three young leaders from the Old Testament. Each of these young leaders were called by God to be used for great works in His plan for redeeming mankind. In today's post,...

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Young Leaders of the Bible: Part 1

This post originally appeared on Pastor Rob's blog, RobLaughter.com When we think of ministers, pastors, or reverends, most people think of stuffy old men in suits.  They're called "elders" in the bible for a reason, right? If we read our bibles, though, we get a very...

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On Being Raised “Christian”

This post originally appeared on RobLaughter.com. "I was raised Christian." You'd be surprised how many times I hear this one.  I hear it from Christian friends and non-Christian friends alike.  "I was raised Christian." Sometimes, they say something slightly...

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3 reasons we neglect bible study

According to a recent Barna Group study, 62% of Americans want to read their bible more.  So why don't we do it? According to the same study, nearly half of bible readers (47%) say that their number one frustration is never having enough time to read their bibles....

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Repentance: The Mark of a Christian

How many of us enjoying admitting we are wrong? When we are wrong, it is a moment that is extremely difficult to interact with. In our very core, our nature rebels against this idea that we can be wrong. When it comes to repentance, it is something that we often...

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