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Author: Seth Troutt

King Jesus 2020

Seth Troutt / September 20, 2020
Kingdom, politics, prayer

From the last week in September through Election Day in November, we will pray for our nation and prepare our hearts as citizens of the Kingdom of God. We are going to do this in five ways as a church.

How (Not) To Fast

Seth Troutt / August 31, 2020
Kingdom, kingjesus2020, politics, prayer

“A fast is the self-denial of normal necessities in order to intentionally attend to God in prayer. Bringing attachments and cravings to the […]

Resources on Racialization, Racial Reconciliation, and Systemic Sin

Seth Troutt / June 8, 2020
books, mlk, racialization, theology

The resources below will help you lovingly apply biblical teaching to complex cultural realities. Everything below is imperfect, but will serve as a […]

Bible Readings and Home Workouts for Holy Week

Seth Troutt / April 4, 2020
covid-19, Discipline, Holy Week, reading plan, Stay Home, workouts

“Bodily training is of some value, but godliness is of value in every way, as it holds promise for the present life and […]

Social Distancing Could Be Good for Your Soul

Seth Troutt / March 26, 2020
coronavirus, covid-19, prayer, solitude

Many people prefer giving themselves electric shocks to spending 6-15 minutes alone with their troubling thoughts. (1) Our minds are conditioned to consume […]

An Overlooked Command For Anxious Moments

Seth Troutt / March 20, 2020
anxiety, birds, creation

“Look at the birds…” Matthew 6:26 It is simply fascinating how Jesus, when addressing our ordinary anxieties (the context of Matthew 6), does […]

Face to Face is Best, Except When It Isn’t

Seth Troutt / March 18, 2020
covid-19, technology

Though I have much to write to you, I would rather not use paper and ink. Instead, I hope to come to you […]

The Most Important Spiritual Discipline

Seth Troutt / January 13, 2020
Discipline, gratitude, Growing in Faith, spiritual growth

The root of all sin is a lack of thankfulness (Romans 1:21). The refusal to notice, name, and give thanks for the innumerable […]