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Newsletter — January 2021

Greetings to all our family and friends! As we begin a New Year, we wanted to take a moment to give you all an update.  This past year has been full of God’s continued grace and mercy amid many challenges and a lot of changes.  In March of 2020, Westminster went to online schooling and they hav...

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Twelve Days of Christmas

On the Fourth Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the fourth day of Christmas Comfort, here are four things to keep in mind as you endure. Some of...

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Twelve Days of Christmas

On the Third Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the third day of Christmas comfort, I'm reminded of several case studies. Each one of these cases involved counseling someone who was either severely depressed or suicidal. In all of the cases, I noticed a remarkable turn around whenever I went through various Psalms with them.  One of the r...

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Twelve Days of Christmas

On the Second Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the second day of Christmas comfort, here are two encouraging quotes from Jerry Bridges book, Trusting God:  All people—believers as well as unbelievers—experience anxiety, frustration, heartache and disappointment. Some suffer intense physical pain and catastrophic tragedies. But that whic...

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Twelve Days of Christmas

On the First Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the first day of Christmas comfort, we are reminded that we have one great savior, Jesus Christ. He is the reason for the season. Jesus is the one way of salvation.  Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one co...

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Twelve Days of Christmas

Twelve Days of Christmas (Comfort)

I'm a little late in starting this, but I wanted to write a series of posts that deal with comfort for hurting people. Christmas is a time of year that is normally associated with happy times and festivities. However, there are plenty of individuals for whom this time of year is a reminder of s...

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General Discussion

Remembering Two Pillars in Nouthetic Counseling

This year, we witnessed the passing of two great pillars in the field of Biblical Counseling. David Powlison and Jay Adams passed into eternity. I've finally had some time to be able to slow down and write about these two formative individuals. These two men have done more for Nouthetic Counsel...

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General

We've Made an Important Update

We cannot express how happy we are for all the support that we've received through this ministry. There have been so many people who have supported us through prayer, encouragement, and even through financial means.  In an effort to help improve the Nacmin experience for those who have supporte...

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Newsletter

Newsletter - January 2020

Greetings to all our family and friends! It’s hard to believe that we’ve been away from you all for over six months. We’ve missed your friendship and your fellowship. You continue to be in our thoughts and prayers. The past six months have been very full. We’ve worked hard to get the family set...

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Newsletter

Update on Our Move to Westminster Theological Seminary

Newsletter - Summer 2019 Hello Family and Friends!   After a few months away, we thought it would be good to give an update on what’s been going on with our family.   The first week of June, we closed on our home in Albuquerque and signed a lease for a rental just 8 minutes away from the semin...

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Abortion

The Bad Abortion Argument and What Needs to Happen to Prove Abortion

The concept of viability is a bad argument for abortion. The reason being is that viability is subjective. What actually counts as viable? What actually counts as inviable?  The fact that a fetus (4th declension Latin noun for "baby") isn't viable before a certain stage of pregnancy is a mislea...

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Social Justice

The Irony of the Woke Church Movement

I've been thinking lately about something that is an interesting consideration. The "Woke Church Movement" insists on white people listening more to or paying more attention to people of color.  The Woke Church Movement wants white people to be more diverse in who they listen to. They believe t...

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General Discussion

How to React to the Passing of Rachel Held Evans

Popular author Rachel Held Evans passed away on May 4th, 2019. Announced in an update on Rachel's bl...

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General Discussion

Jesus Death, Burial, and Resurrection. Three Days and Three Nights

Let's finally clear this issue up. The death of Jesus Christ happened on Good Friday, His resurrection happened Sunday morning.  This isn't a contradiction to His promise of three days and three nights subsequent to His death. On the third day, He rose again.  These accounts are consistent, cle...

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Calvinism

Douglas Beaumont Shows How Not To Argue

There's a good example of how not to argue provided by a recent attack on Dr. James R. White. This attack and bad arguing methodology were provided here.  The reason why I wanted to comment on this is that this underscores a specific problem I have in the way some people argue by example.  Doug...

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Book of Hebrews

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The Gospel According to Ezekiel

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