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Chris Green
Husband, dad, pastor, and writer. Latest book: Cutting to the Heart: Applying the Bible in preaching (IVP)
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Chris Green 9h
If you don't know why it's working when it's working, you won't know how to fix it when it breaks.
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Chris Green Apr 26
Unexpected treasure.
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Chris Green Apr 26
Moses has an unknown grave, Joshua's is in his own inheritance in the land. But neither received what was promised until Christ
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Chris Green Apr 25
Chris’s blog: If you’re not a natural evangelist, you must find your niche
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Chris Green Apr 25
Chris’s blog: If you’re not a natural evangelist, you must still provide your own resources
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Chris Green Apr 25
Chris’s blog: If you’re not a natural evangelist, you must still preach often about how to become a Christian
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Chris Green Apr 25
Chris's blog: Three lessons I’ve learned about not being a natural evangelist.
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Chris Green Apr 24
Annual meeting: tick. And so to bed, grateful for all God is doing.
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Chris Green Apr 20
Chris’s blog; When the passage doesn't produce a sermon - 5 useful questions
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Chris Green Apr 18
Chris’s blog: Choose your heroes with care, because Superman doesn’t wear Spidey’s suit
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Chris Green Apr 18
Chris’s blog: Choose your heroes with care, because heroes disagree
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Chris Green Apr 18
Chris’s blog: Choose your heroes with care, because they’re not always heroes
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Chris Green Apr 18
Chris’s blog: Choose your heroes with care, because they weren’t always successful
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Chris Green Apr 18
Chris's blog: Choose your heroes with care, because success leaves clues
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Chris Green Apr 18
Chris's blog: Five reasons to choose your heroes with care
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Chris Green Apr 16
Final rehearsal for the Gospel Choir! Join us @StJamesMH 9:30 & 11:15. Happy Easter!
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Chris Green Apr 14
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Chris Green Apr 14
And so it begins. The Garden, the Curtain and the Cross.
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Chris Green Apr 14
Psalm 22 moves from Good Friday to Easter, from 'My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?', to 'He has done it!'
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Chris Green Apr 13
Both First and Second Adam knew thorns in their work, and then died.
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