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Champ Thornton
disciple, husband, father, pastor, writer, podcaster
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Champ Thornton 21m
ooh; that's good to know as well; thanks,
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Champ Thornton 22m
That's super helpful, . Thank you! (My editors will thank you too.)
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Champ Thornton 14h
From what I can tell, on a Mac, dash is dash (obviously), option-dash is en-dash, and any letter followed by two dashes, another letter, and a space will create an em-dash How does holding down the dash create en-dash and em-dash?
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Dr. Andreas Köstenberger Jan 23
"Confessions are always secondary standards; Scripture alone is primary and foundational. [When] confessions faithfully formulate biblical teaching, they rightly function as theological standards .... Yet, as important as they are, they never replace Scripture." - Steve Wellum
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Champ Thornton Jan 23
If you love Proverbs 3:5-6, I hope you'll take 10 minutes to listen to Justin Taylor's () helpful insights on this wonderful passage.
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Champ Thornton Jan 22
Replying to @BarnabasPiper
it's real
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Frontline Missions Jan 21
Although my memory's fading, I remember two things very clearly: I am a great sinner and Christ is a great Savior.
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Champ Thornton Jan 21
Should Christians ask for God to bless them? I found Chris Brauns to be such a helpful guide on this question. You can listen to the whole 10-minute podcast episode here:
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Champ Thornton Jan 20
Replying to @ChrisBrauns
Always love having you on the podcast, ; thank you for pointing us to Christ in his Word!
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Champ Thornton Jan 17
Replying to @ResistingGossip
And your tweet is worth the price of the introduction 😂 Thanks, Matt 🙏
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Champ Thornton Jan 17
You can pick up a copy of "Pass It On" for 40% off here (use coupon code: DEVOTION). Sale ends today (1/17). Study Proverbs and give your wisdom-filled notes to a child or grandchild.
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Gospel-Centered Family Jan 16
What do the kids in your class remember after you’ve taught a Bible lesson? Who do they identify with in the story? Think about the story of David and Goliath. There are at least three ways to tell it.
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Champ Thornton Jan 16
Thanks, ! I was encouraged by 's words as well!
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Champ Thornton Jan 16
Thanks, It was great having on the podcast! Psalm 118:17 will never be the same to me!
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Champ Thornton Jan 16
If you haven't heard this podcast episode featuring Jonathan Carswell, it's definitely worth your time!
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Champ Thornton Jan 13
Replying to @s2r4DELAWARE
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Champ Thornton Jan 13
Classic children's books top the list of "most checked-out books" from the NYC Public Library.
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Champ Thornton Jan 13
Carpe Commute. Seize your drive time. This episode of In the Word, On the Go, featuring Gloria Furman, considers 1 Peter 5:6-7 and explores the question: How do I deal with anxiety?
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Mike Reeves Jan 13
There is no God in heaven who is unlike Jesus.
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Champ Thornton Jan 8
Replying to @IvanTable
Agreed; the pics may have been my favorite part of the article. May be making some future trips to the NY Historical Society
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