Forty Days of Identity with Christ by Micah Lovell

“the primary significance of fasting during Lent is not found in what is lost or given up, but what is gained in time spent reflecting on what Christ has already done” So much of the Christian faith is tied to the concept of identity. Though we have been given our individual identities by our Creator, […]

Sharing Jesus In A Hostile World by Adam Miller

“If this gospel is good news, we should not shy away from sharing it, but we might have to be creative at how we steer our conversations in a hostile world.” It can be easy to talk about the things we love. If you want to see me light up, just ask me about my […]

In The Wilderness by Michael Card

“The deep desire of His heart is to embrace those of us who need to repent. His baptism speaks of His choice of solidarity with us.” “In those days Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and was baptized by John in the Jordan. And when He came up out of the water, immediately he saw […]

When Worship Leads to Witness by Adam Miller

“When we finally understand the gospel and come face to face with the reality of who Christ is, we worship Him through our witness.” Over the past several years we have been working through a strategic series of topics on the Christian faith. In 2015 we talked about the transforming power of the gospel in […]

Advent Blessings: How Advent teaches patience in a commercial culture

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year”, it has been said. And in some ways, the saying rings true. We tend to eat a little better (or worse, depending on which way you look at it), see a little more beauty in the windows of stores and homes, and find ourselves thoughtlessly humming or […]

Music is Great, Jesus is Greater by Bob Kauflin

“Music can move us. But only Jesus can save us.” This past May, our youngest child, McKenzie, graduated from Boyce College with a degree in biblical studies, focusing on music and worship. After 4 1/2 years of study, persistence, practice, and dependence on God’s grace, she finally joined the ranks of those who have a […]

When My Cup Overflows by Adam Miller

“If you want to make sure your cup doesn’t run dry, make sure you are personally investing in the ministries that fill your cup. ” Galatians 6:1-10 Have you ever played that game you often see at youth groups, where you fill a cup with water and pass it down a line of kids to […]

Driving Convictions Behind Foreign Missions by John Piper

“Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn’t.” Editor’s Note: As we continue our year long study on the subject of worship, we will consider how our praise to God is tied into our global mission. This article from John Piper describes the vision we have for […]

Worship Is…By Adam Miller

“Worship does not seek comfort and ease. It does not demand for preferences and rights. It looks an awful lot like Christ on a cross, helpless and foolish to those who would judge, but fully devoted to the will of God.” We have spent the entire year discussing the topic of “Worship.” Throughout this study […]

Cape Cod Global Outreach

One of my favorite ministries here on the Cape, apart from Songtime and my local church, is the Cape Cod Global Outreach ministry run by Matt and Cathy Boyle. They have been on the broadcast many times before to talk about their work with the J1 Visa students that come to the Cape every year […]

Worship Changes Our Perspective By Adam Miller

“We need to gather with fellow believers and commit to holding one another accountable in directing our hearts and affections toward God and not the things of this world. ” Book Three of the Psalms is unique. Starting with Psalm 73, we see a collection of songs that were written from the perspective of worship […]

Why New England Is The New American Missional Frontier By Jared C. Wilson

“If there is an unreached people group in the United States, it is New Englanders.” Editor’s Note: After reading this article by Jared Wilson, previously posted on his blog at The Gospel Coalition, I was reminded of the challenges we have in serving New England and I was greatly encour- aged to see the call […]