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Author Archive: Murray McLellan

Is my money mine?

Randy Alcorn give us some NT principles to consider in relation to our use of money.  I think, first and foremost, is the principle that none of it is our money.  It’s all God’s.  Everything we have is received and a grace gift.  Thus we are to steward what He gives us for His purposes […]

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Free Audio Book

This month, Christian Audio is offering Matt Chandler’s book, The Explicit Gospel, for free.  This is a great resource.  You can also pick up Creature of the Word by Chandler for only $4.95.  You can find other great audio books there as well.

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Grace: Praying in a Theatre Near You.

I had another interview recently, and below is the resulting article. They did a pretty good job representing us and our mission for making disciples. Pastor Murray McLellan (left) stands with Clay Bitner, an elder candidate and church volunteer at Grace Fellowship. (Photo by Andrew Spearin, Bridges) Nestled in the heart of downtown Saskatoon, Grace Fellowship […]

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This Week’s Q&A

This past Sunday, because we wanted time for prayer, we did not address the questions that came in by text.  For that reason, I will address them here in hopes that the questioners will be able to find an answer here.  It is always difficult to say everything about any given topic at any given […]

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Do I need to belong to a local church?

Matt Chandler has written a good article on local church membership.  He at one time was not convinced because of the church experiences he had as a younger Christian.  However, the Scripture always trumps our feelings, or we are rebuking Jesus, even as Peter did when he told Jesus not to go to the cross. […]

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The Power of God for Change: The Gospel

The Gospel is the power of God for change (i.e. sanctification (Tit. 2:11-14) It is absolutely vital to understand that the Gospel is foundational for every aspect of the Christian life. The Gospel is not simply the way we become Christians, but it is the way we live the Christian life. Tragically, many people believe […]

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