The Daily Roundup: 12 March 2014

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The Daily Roundup:  12 March 2014

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“What shall I do?” Pilgrim’s Progress Conversations – Aaron Armstrong begins a reading journey through the classic book, Pilgrim’s Progress.

Church Series: Why Your Spiritual Growth Matters to the Community – Daniel Darling continues the Church Series by noting why individual spiritual growth matters to the overall church community.

Learn to Fly in the Fellowship – Koinonia – a term many have not heard other than the Christian jazz group of the same name. David Mathis discusses the importance of koinonia.

“As One Who Had Authority”: A Reminder to Theology Lovers – This is an excellent article by Nathan Finn that reminds lovers of theology to make sure they avoid inadvertently delighting in “theological scribes” more than the Word itself.

No-frills Family Devotions – Steve Watters writes about how to do family devotions.

Michael lives in Belleville, IL, a suburb of St. Louis, MO with his wife Erica, adopted daughter Alissa, two cats Molly and Sweetie Pie and horse Beckham. After spending eight years in the United States Navy as a Yeoman, he has been employed for the past ten years by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) where he oversees advanced educational programs. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Religion (Biblical Studies) from Liberty University and is currently closing in on completing a Master of Arts in Religion (Biblical Studies) from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an avid reader, blogger, and book reviewer and he is the co-founder of Christian Apologetics and Intelligence Ministry. Mike serves as the Associate Editor for Servants of Grace Ministries and the editor for Servants of Grace Apologetics.

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