Topic: Adam McClendon

13 Techniques for Biblical Meditation

The Bible repeated encourages meditation (Josh 1:8; Ps 19:14; 119:15, 27, 48, 78, 97, 99, 148; 143:5). In a previous post titled Biblical v/s Secular Meditation modern-day meditation concepts were compared to the biblical mandate to meditate. In this post, 13 specific techniques for biblical meditation are provided. As a disclaimer, most of this information…

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Biblical v/s Secular Meditation

According to estimates, “10 million Americans…practice some form of meditation,” but today’s meditation is not as frequently presented as a form of spiritual development as it is a method to be practiced for its physical and psychological benefits. Studies now show benefits on a molecular level for stilling the body and mind decreasing anxiety and…

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Found Hope?

The other day, I was watching an NCIS episode about a soldier’s remains left in Vietnam. Currently, 1,274 service men and women from the Vietnam War are missing. This thought is still so painful for many, and yet despite our best efforts, we still can’t recover them all. Not so with God. God never leaves…

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Practical Thoughts on Restoration

By: Adam McClendon Adam is the Lead Pastor at Springhill Church and the Director of New Line Ministries. Galatians 6:1–5: 1 Brothers, if anyone is caught in any transgression, you who are spiritual should restore him in a spirit of gentleness. Keep watch on yourself, lest you too be tempted. 2 Bear one another’s burdens, and…

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Love Enough to Confront

By: Adam McClendon Adam is the Lead Pastor at Springhill Church and the Director of New Line Ministries. Matthew 18:15-20 presents a beautiful, but highly misunderstood, aspect of Christian community.  This text will not likely be preached in a church growth seminar.  It is not considered culturally practical or acceptable, but if the Bible is…

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