Assalamu alaikum (Ah-sah-lam-u ah-lie-e-kum)! Thank you for your hospitality and interest in gathering tonight. May it be the first of many peaceful gatherings where we learn to love our neighbor and seek his good and understand one another. My … [Read more...] about Presentation to Islamic Society of Hernando County Sept 17, 2016
Dayspring is facing some financial challenges that the Officers will talk about over the next couple of weeks. This sort of teaching from Scripture is helping us understand how to build on the work that God has been doing in our hearts in Ephesians. … [Read more...] about Generosity and Grace by Tim Keller
So many churches have, in an effort to reach the unchurched, unchurched themselves. Instead of being aweful, they've become awful. Here's an insightful article about that problem at Gospel Coalition. I'm glad to serve at Dayspring PCA where we've … [Read more...] about "They Unchurched the Church!"
Broadly, religions break into two categories--fundamentalistic and synchronistic. One is committed at all costs, including loss of life and hardship, to certain core beliefs. On the other end an organic, cultural, ebb and flow where no principles … [Read more...] about Goldfish Throwing Stones: Fundamentalism and Syncretism
Here's John Piper's take on why he fought, as soon as he arrived at Bethlehem Baptist Church, to have the kids in the church service. His perspective is not distinctively Reformed or covenantal, but it's still valuable because of his biblical … [Read more...] about Why don't we have children's church?
Our text today is from Ephesians 2:1-7, but we need to look elsewhere for a few minutes. It is with a prayer for illumination by God’s Spirit that we start each time of preaching here at Dayspring. Why? Because we all need help understanding the … [Read more...] about Destructive Theology: Grace and Mercy Transforms our Mind