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About Scott Roberts

pastor of Hope in Christ Church, Bellingham, WA

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Two questions worth considering in your Christian life. The answer gives a picture of your understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Preparing our Hearts to Worship

  In an effort to help you prepare for the January 10th, 2016 Sunday morning corporate worship gathering and to aid you in your own reflections about church health and vitality, I wanted to pose a few questions and provide … Continue reading

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Bible Reading Plans

Looking for a Bible reading plan, look no further… Continue reading

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What is a healthy church?

 In an effort to help you prepare for the Sunday morning corporate worship gathering and to aid you in your own reflections about church health and vitality, I wanted to pose a few questions and provide a few resources to … Continue reading

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Our children’s Christmas Program

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Salvation and discipleship

“The kingdom comes when Jesus becomes King of your life. But it has to be your life. You can’t create a kingdom that doesn’t exist, where you try to be better than you really are. Jesus calls that hypocrisy – … Continue reading

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On Ethics @Quotes #UTT #Ethics

John Calvin masterfully states the problem with the love of money (i.e. selfishness) in his commentary on Exodus 1:9: “This was common with heathen nations, to profess in their counsels, that what was right should be preferred to what was … Continue reading

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Despair is pride

From John of Landsburg, 16th century catholic monk, from his A Letter from Jesus Christ, where he imagines Jesus speaking personally to us saying: "I know those moods when you sit there utterly alone, pining, eaten up with unhappiness, in … Continue reading

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The Christian Call in the World

"Our job in the midst of human need is not to come up with grandiose schemes (a la Karl Marx, Mao Tse-tung or Adolf Hitler) for solving all the world’s problems. It is simply to learn to obey God when … Continue reading

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