Exalting His Name, Proclaiming His Word.

You have exalted above all things your name and your word.


This Sunday

February 17, 2019

Morning Services ⋅ 9:00am & 11:00am

The Beatific Vision
Hebrews 12:14 ⋅ Dr. Liam Goligher
Series: Hebrews

Evening Service ⋅ 6:30pm

Forgiven
Mark 2:1–12 ⋅ Dr. Liam Goligher
Series: Read MARK Learn

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Tenth Press

Seeking Hope Feb 12 ⋅ by Douglas E. Baker and Seth Humeniuk In April of 2016, Olivia Kong, a junior at Wharton College, took her own life at 40th Street Station. Her death sent shockwaves through the University of Pennsylvania, as students reacted with a mix of horror, sadness, and frustration. Ultimately, her death helped bring further attention to the difficult topic of suicide, which is becoming an increasingly serious problem nationally, and a near epidemic at Penn, where fourteen students (including Olivia) have taken their own lives over the past five years.

Dr. Britt Beasley, a psychiatrist with John Applegate & Associates, explains that the most essential duty of college counseling centers is to recognize which patients need urgent help: “The counseling center needs to have a good protocol for referring to an emergency room or some kind of emergency psychiatric service that can evaluate these people. That’s the standard of care; to have people who have enough experience to know which people need to be eva...
Serving God with One Accord Jan 31 ⋅ by Jared Cochrum It’s 2:00 AM, and the sounds of college students are still rumbling through the house. Some are playing a game, some are laughing together as they chat, and all are enjoying the freedom that comes from no class the next morning. Eventually, the group will dwindle down to a few stubborn stragglers who keep talking, while the rest collapse and get a few hours of sleep before the next day of...
Fostering Spiritual Growth  Jan 29 ⋅ by Carroll Wynne The Kingdom Discipleship Commission (KDC) exists “to grow Tenth as a God-centered fellowship of loving disciples in Christ who apply the gospel to all of life and share a total commitment to advance the kingdom of God in our neighborhood, our city, and our world.”

Did you know such a commission exists? Established in ages past (12 years ago?), its charter was to foster ...
God Is at Work in Our Midst Jan 17 ⋅ by Megan Siegle and Pam Nothacker It’s 8:25am on the first day back after Christmas break, and there’s a whirlwind of excitement on Delancey Street. However, no one is more excited than Sam today. It seems like it has been forever and ever since he last saw his friends. But wait! He sees a car pull up and just knows that his friend Sarah is in there. Sam leaps out of his stroller, peers around the car door, and give...
Death Becomes Us Jan 15 ⋅ by Douglas E. Baker During my years of study in seminary, I worked at a funeral home. It was the best laboratory in which to learn the Bible and theology. Frequently, I saw dead bodies and attended funerals as I helped direct the families and friends of person after person to a hole in the ground where a once vibrant life would find its final resting place in a cemetery. One night as I was reading through Millard ...
Trinitarian Comfort Jan 10 ⋅ by Douglas E. Baker “The doctrine of the Trinity, taken literally, has no practical relevance at all.” 

—Immanuel Kant 

How great the number of modern Christians who would agree with Kant’s assessment! The Holy Trinity—if mentioned at all—seemingly has no benefit to the modern understanding other than some sort of clever formulation for an o...
New Year's Eve Communion Service Dec 27, 2018 ⋅ by Deryck Barson As we approach the end of another year, we are grateful to God for his sustaining mercies, his sovereign purposes, and the reassurance of his covenant promise that he is with us. For many, the new year can be a time of mixed emotions as one remembers a year filled with blessing and trial, celebration and loss. As the Scriptures teach us, we are not without hope. Ou...
Becoming a Student of Culture Dec 20, 2018 ⋅ by Debbie Langford Our meeting at the International Cooperation Department at our university in China was to be a routine meet-and-greet. Our foreign affairs officer offered us water. Not thirsty, we declined. She made some welcoming comments and then offered water again. We declined again, and as the meeting started she placed two bottles of water in front of us. ...
Who is Jesus? Dec 18, 2018 ⋅ by George McFarland This past quarter in the Adult Bible School our class looked at the topic, “Who Is Jesus? Mistakes Concerning the Identity of Christ.” Certainly, this was not an exhaustive series, but we did look at a limited number of New Testament characters who were faced with this very critical question. As in our day, people continue to seek to reckon with the deity and authority of Jesus of N...

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