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Counseling One Another

December 23, 2016
by Paul Tautges
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A Pause on Blogging

I’ve decided to take a break from blogging until January 3rd. Thanks for your interaction and encouragement throughout 2016. I really appreciate it. If you have benefited from this blog, would you consider sharing it with three others and encourage … Continue reading

July 9, 2016
by Paul Tautges
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NUGGETS [7/9/16]

Here are a few articles I enjoyed this week: 5 Reasons Why Teenagers Need Theology – “As a Jesus-following teenager, I believe studying God’s character is what teenagers need in order to face our terribly complicated world. It’s what will … Continue reading

May 2, 2016
by Paul Tautges
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The Horror of the Cross

We live in a culture that does not understand the symbol of the cross. Today, the cross has become a mere religious symbol. We do not see its horror. D.A. Carson writes, [T]he cross has become for us such a … Continue reading

March 2, 2016
by Paul Tautges
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Nuggets of Wisdom – 3/2/16

When Affliction Is Stacked – An excellent article about the cumulative impact of cumulative trials. I found this article a few months ago, and continue to use it when encouraging believers who are suffering trials. 5 Truths We’re Keeping from … Continue reading

February 11, 2016
by Paul Tautges
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Lemuel Haynes: A Portrait of Gospel-Centered Black Church History

Today’s post is written by my friend Bob Kellemen of Crossroads Bible College in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is excerpted from his book, Beyond the Suffering: Embracing the Legacy of African American Soul Care. To learn more and to read a … Continue reading

January 30, 2016
by Paul Tautges
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Nuggets of Wisdom [1/30/16]

Here’s a handful of articles and links that I was personally edified by this past week: Kill Your (Celebrity Culture) Worship – “I would argue that the problem isn’t contemporary innovations, and the answer isn’t (necessarily) tradition. The problem is … Continue reading