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Screen Shot 2016-05-14 at 6.16.28 PMCheck out great resources and articles in our new location:

The Clemson Foothills Church Resource Page

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RTB: Matthew Ch 1-13

readthebible3Matthew Chapters 1-13

Read the bible is a new section to the blog site which will point you in the direction of great resources to help you read, study and live out the bible daily.

For the first installment jointhebibleproject.com has produced this fantastic video walking though the first half of Matthew. I would encourage you to visit the website and see the growing list of other videos they have produced.

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Judge vs. Judge Not

judge-judy-2Please take some time to read Frank Viola’s thoughtful study on the biblical paradox of ‘judging’. It is too easy to be flippant and over simplify a fairly complex topic. Read it, allow your current beliefs to be challenged, but primarily study the scriptures and build a biblical worldview for yourself.

JUDGE vs. JUDGE NOT- Which is it?


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A can’t miss sermon by John Piper. Get your journal out and take down some notes and references. There is enough meat in there to last for a while.


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An article from my good                                              buddy Jon Sherwood. Succinct,                       Informative and helpful all in one.

Some Advice To Finally Read The Bible This Year

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dig_deepJohn Bloom succinctly explains what are healthy and unhealthy ways we should feel about ourselves.  “If we find that we struggle with a low self-image, we need to look carefully at it, because it may not be low at all. It may in fact be a frustrated inflated self-image.”  (continue reading)

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