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The Regulative Principle of Worship

Part 29 of an exposition of systematic theology. Mr. Loyd defines the regulative principle as it applies to worship, using passages from the both Old and New Testaments.

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Adapting to Culture... Or Not!

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Nebuchadnezzar's Hymn

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What does a typical Sunday Morning Look Like?

What does a typical Sunday Morning look like for GFBC?9:30 AM - Family integrated Sunday School   We run one Sunday School class for the entire church.  During that class we will cover a topic for book for many weeks.  It is at this time that we also run our ...

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What about Disruptive Children?

How do you conduct worship with disruptive children?We encourage all families to bring their children into the sanctuary.  Cooing babies don’t bother us one bit.  We recognize that some infants will need to be taken out for feedings, etc., and we have no problem with that.  however, we ...

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New Old Hymn

As Pastor of Preaching at GFBC, part of my responsibility has been leading us to worship in a manner fitting our theology and philosophy of ministry.  This has included developing a theological and practical approach to music that fits our doctrine.  Most of this task now rests on the capable ...

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Important New Book

Paul Renfro, my fellow elder at Grace Family Baptist Church, has joined with Timothy Jones (editor), Brandon Shields, and Jay Strother to write a very important book.  Perspectives on Family Ministry, takes a careful look at the very important question, “How should the church organize it’s efforts to disciple ...

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Fuller Youth Institute: Right Questions... Wrong Presuppositions

By Matthew Hudson   Recently, editors of Leadership Journal, Marshall Shelley and Brandon O'Brien, interviewed the executive director of the Fuller Youth Institute at Fuller Theological Seminary and a former youth pastor, Dr. Kara Powell (Ph.D., Fuller). It was so refreshing and encouraging to hear them ask one of ...

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The Regulative Principle of Worship

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