How Web Browsers Build Pages

As an online marketing consultant and website development professional, I look forward to reading the series of articles “From URL to Interactive” recently published by our friends at A List Apart: Our whole industry depends on our faith in a handful of “black boxes” few of us fully understand: browsers. We hand over our HTML, CSS, JavaScript, …

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The Shape of Evangelistic Prayer

Writing for Tabletalk magazine, Rev. John Shaw writes: The church in a hostile world needs the kind of prayer found in Acts 4. Believers need to raise our voices together in regular gospel-driven, kingdom-centered prayer. We need prayers that are filled with the content of the gospel—prayers that recount who God is, what God has said, what …

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Teaching Outlines on the Westminster Confession

Recently on the Resources page of The Jerusalem Chamber podcast (highly recommended!), I stumbled across something called Westminster Skeletons. This is a free, 111-page resource by David Murray which provides an outline of all 33 chapters of the Westminster Confession of Faith.

Calendar of Readings in the Westminster Standards

Dr. Joseph Pipa Jr. of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary has produced this wonderful resource for those who want to familiarize themselves with the Westminster Confession of Faith, Larger Catechism, and Shorter Catechism.

2018 Year in Review

It was a mild Winter. January and February marked the beginning of a new tradition of family walks around the neighborhood as Rebekah recovered from surgery to treat endometriosis. In March, Rebekah earned a neonatal CPR certification to sharpen her skills as birth assistant for the nurse midwife with whom she works. During 2018 she …

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