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Credo’s Cache

Each week we will be highlighting important resources. Check back each Friday to see what we have dug up for you. From this week’s cache:

1. Why Join a ChurchBy David Mathis – Mathis says: “In a good church covenant, we yoke ourselves to accountability while we’re in our right minds, in case someday sin gets a foothold in our hearts and blinds us to the truth. Church discipline is hard, but so good. The purpose is always restoration, and God often has been pleased to use this difficult means to pour out his striking grace.”

2. Clouds & ClarityBy Aimee Joseph – Joseph notes: “I remember that there is Someone behind that cloud cover, One whom even the winds and waves obey. And that Someone is working a masterpiece behind the curtains of clouds that obscure our view of Him and His ways.”

3. The Gospel Isn’t a Cul-de-SacBy Brad Watson – Watson says: “Jesus forgave sins and healed sickness. He welcomed those sent to the margins of society to eat with him. He cared for those burdened, ignored, and abused. Jesus proclaimed the gospel and the kingdom of God coming to us.  Jesus came for the poor and powerless—the oppressed.”

4. Campus Pastors Need to Take RisksBy Daniel Im- Im says: “Most likely, if you’re considering campus pastoring, you’re also considering a church planting or senior pastoring role. The point of this post is to help you figure out if campus pastoring is the right road for you to head down on.”

5. Just How Sovereign is GodBy Justin Taylor – Taylor says: “And since compatiblism is true, none of this contradicts the equally biblical teaching that Satan is “the god of this world” (2 Cor. 4:4) and that human choices are genuine and significant.

Matt Manry is the Assistant Pastor at Life Bible Church in Canton, Georgia. He writes at

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