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Author: Seth Troutt

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 […]

Five Books to Read in 2020

Seth Troutt / December 20, 2019
books, politics, reading

I read each of these in 2019 and loved almost every page of every book. Some of them were very politically timely (Creation […]

Kill The Ox

Seth Troutt / November 7, 2019
ethics, exodus, theology

The whole of the Law, God’s Fatherly instruction (torah), is teaching God’s people how to love their neighbor in the details of their […]

Good Friday: What it is and why you should come

Seth Troutt / April 18, 2019
Cross, Holy Week

Good Friday happens the Friday before Easter Sunday and is the day in which the church remembers the Crucifixion of the Son of […]

Four Ways To Take Responsibility For Your Growth In 2019

Seth Troutt / December 27, 2018

“Fan into flame the gift of God” (2 Timothy 1:6). Our salvation from the wrath of God is a gift of sheer grace […]

15 Great Theology Books Under 150 Pages

Seth Troutt / November 5, 2018

Need some recommended reading or stocking-stuffer ideas? All people are theologians, that is, we all have opinions about who God is and how […]