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Michael Reeves to teach at the Pastors College


The Reformation, March 6-9, 2018, taught by Michael Reeves. We can think of no more relevant topic to explore in the coming year, and no more qualified person to teach it. Mike is an esteemed church historian who has written broadly on several topics, but especially on the Reformation.  Mark Dever called his book, The Unquenchable Flame: Discovering th...

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Puerto Rico Relief Fund


On September 20, Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico leaving in its path mass destruction. As of now, only 15% of the island has power. In addition, water, fuel, and basic necessities are still in short supply. It will take months, maybe years, to rebuild Puerto Rico. The needs are real, and the people of Puerto Rico need our help. In our family of churches, we hav...

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Launching Well & Lasting Long


When you plant with Sovereign Grace Churches, you have three levels of care and equipping made available to you as you prepare to launch a new church. The planter connects to a local church where they receive personal care for the planter and his family and gain valuable experience in pastoral ministry. Secondly, the planter is part of a region of churches where he benefit...

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Meet the Class of 2018


The men of the Pastors College Class of 2018 have arrived and with them much exuberance, laughter, and joy. We are only two weeks into the new academic year, but already we find ourselves deeply grateful for these men, their wives, and their families. I wish I could personally introduce you to each one of them – the picture below will have to suffice for now. Here&rs...

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Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund


By now you've likely seen or read about the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey in southeast Texas. Record rainfall is causing major flooding leaving people homeless or displaced. I’m aware of at least two families, who are members of Sovereign Grace Church in Pearland, TX (south Houston), who have lost their homes. The needs are real, and because we are a &ldquo...

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Pastors College Snapshots - Joshua Earl


Over the coming weeks, we will be sharing with you a series of snapshots—brief glimpses into the lives of men who attended the Pastors College this past year. In June, we graduated a class of students and are now preparing for a new class the end of this month. Please pray with us that the Lord would strengthen the impact of the college upon our pastors and churches,...

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A Special Work God is Doing in Mexico and Latin America


There are times when we get glimpses into God's work that create a sense of awe and worship. I got a glimpse of that kind of God-initiated work in Mexico and Latin America last week when I participated in the Fieles a Su Llamado conference hosted by Iglesia Gracia Soberana, the Sovereign Grace church in Juarez, Mexico. Over 300 pastors and their wives from Mexico and Latin...

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“Dragon Seed” by Marty Machowski


It is not typical for any Christian book these days, especially a young adult one, to have as its focal point a particular sin prevalent among its readers. It’s better to remind teens of the inner spiritual power they contain than the evil lurking within their hearts, right? Wrong. The power of Mr. Machowski’s Dragon Seed is its uniqueness. The book aims straig...

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Do You Need Help Reading Your Bible?


It's mid-year, just over the six-month mark. For many of us, that could mean that our Bible reading plan we started with such gusto on January 1 has long been sitting on our bedside table collecting dust. Maybe you haven't neglected reading Scripture entirely, but when you do open your Bible, it's hard to know where to start or what to read. I've had seasons like tha...

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The Sovereign Grace Pastors Conference: A Wife’s Perspective


As a young pastor’s kid, I looked forward to my parents coming back from the annual Sovereign Grace Pastors Conference  I loved hearing about who they saw and talked to, and what God was doing in churches around the world. They always seemed refreshed and infused with a renewed sense of faith and peace. Now that I’m a pastor’s wife myself, I ha...

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