Voice Of Reason
A Study Of Wisdom From The Book Of Proverbs
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Tribalism • August 4, 2019 • Winston Miller
God's Word does not call us to deny our differences to achieve uniformity, nor does it call us to deny our convictions in the name of unity. Instead, it commands the children of God to submit to God's work of creating one new humanity. (Ephesians 2:15)
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Work and Rest • June 30, 2019 • Sam Kastensmidt
Work is a more substantial part of our identity than we’d perhaps like to admit. Finding the balance between work and rest becomes all-important. This week, we find out what Wisdom has to say about it as Pastor Sam Kastensmidt preaches.
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Justice and Mercy • July 7, 2019 • Will Buschmann
Justice and Mercy are necessary if we want to live as skillfully as Proverbs sets before us. Followers of Jesus must not ignore one for the other; both are integral parts of His nature and should be for us as God conforms us to the image of His Son.
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Parenting • July 14, 2019 • Sam Kastensmidt
There is no place where wisdom is more important, and each of us feels less wise than parenting our children. Compassion, training, discipline, teaching God’s truth—the Bible says a lot about the role of parents and its outcome in the lives of children.
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Business Ethics • July 21, 2019 • Dave Richardson
Real wealth is the riches that are ours in Christ. There is a path that leads to our souls being satisfied, and our work having meaning and honor. This week, we will see what Wisdom has to say about how we conduct our business and professional lives.
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Fear and Wisdom • June 23, 2019 • Matt Lomenick
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. That phrase, from the Book of Proverbs, is as challenging to understand as anything we find in the entire book. What kind of fear is this? Pastor Matt Lomenick explains how fear and wisdom are connected.