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Dr. Timothy Savage

Tokens of Love and Gratitude to Christ | Part 5

July 6, 2015

While it would have been better to depict the hand of God cradling our solar system, and billions of other solar systems as well, the lesson which Christians can take away from Copernicus, himself a professing Christian, is the importance of humility in our assessments of the natural world.
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Tokens of Love and Gratitude to Christ | Part 4

July 4, 2015

She was amazed, exhilarated, at the freedom we have in Jesus Christ, that we are no longer bound to submit to sets of rules, that legalism has run its course, that because of the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ we are free to enjoy our new status as sons and daughters of a loving heavenly Father. We are ‘called to freedom.’
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Dr Timothy Savage

Tokens of Love and Gratitude to Christ | Part 3

June 30, 2015

These people are so hungry for Christ. They are so alone as true Christians. They say the 6,000 who filled The Gospel Coalition national conference last month are more than the sum total of all evangelical Christians in Poland. They are so gripped by Christ’s love for them, and they want their countrymen to know his love more than they want anything else.
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Tokens of Love and Gratitude to Christ | Part 2

June 28, 2015

There are presently 38 million Poles, but only 150,000 Protestants. Of the Protestants, only 6,000 are committed evangelical Christians, about the same number of people as recently convened in Orlando, Florida for the national conference of The Gospel Coalition. How would a small assembly of pastors and church workers refined by the fires of affliction respond to my talks? How would the Lord answer our prayers for a spiritually fruitful conference for his glory?
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Tokens of Love and Gratitude to Christ | Part 1

June 24, 2015

For your joy and encouragement, I want to pass on many of our memorable experiences. You sent me to minister in lands far away from the Arizona desert. I know you are praying for us as a family. In the following series of posts, I will send tokens of our love for you, and of our gratitude to Christ.
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Protect or Prepare: Christian Parenting in a Modern World

God disciplines us for our good, that we may share His holiness. No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it. In parenting our children, we should prepare them to walk in the steps of Jesus who had to suffer before entering into His glory.
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Join the Conversation

Have You Joined the Conversation?

April 8, 2015

Join the Conversation, a ministry of Camelback Bible, is a time of building new and deeper relationships while tackling some of life’s greatest questions and challenges. Geared toward those in their 20’s and 30’s, the evening features food, music, worship, discussion, and plenty of Q&A on life’s toughest questions.
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Simon and Kedress Nziramakenga

Memories of Missionary Kedress Nziramakenga

March 4, 2015

Camelback Bible-supported missionary to Rwanda Kedress Nziramakenga died February 20, 2015. She will be missed by her husband Simon and their many biological and adopted children. They returned to Rwanda after the genocide during which they lost dozens of family members. Kedress was a key player in the founding and administration of the primary school begun under the umbrella of the church they founded, Good Shepherd Community Church.
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50 Years of the Gospel Lived Out and Still Going Strong

February 12, 2015

This celebration is not only about the 50 years of Camelback Bible, but also the opportunity to view God’s sovereignty in us as the body of Christ and the part we play in the whole history of God’s church starting with Abraham, moving through Jesus Christ (the new covenant) and including the reformation and beyond.
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Camelback Bible Church

Saved Not “By” But “Unto” Good Works

January 26, 2015

Salvation is dependent, not on our works, but solely on the work that Jesus did on the cross. Faith alone placed on that work brings us to salvation. Are you trusting in Christ’s work alone, and has that focused trust ushered out unto good works that bring glory to your Savior?
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