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About jeremykimble

Currently I am husband to a wonderful, godly wife, father of two beautiful children, associate director of the Youth Ministry Institute, PhD student in theology, and online instructor at Liberty University and Taylor University. I am a disciple of Jesus Christ who earnestly desires to glorify God, engage in a lifestyle of worship, ruthlessly kill sin, and participate in God's mission to all peoples.

Weep, Repent, Seek Revival

Like many Christians I was deeply grieved, but not surprised, by the decisions of the Supreme Court yesterday regarding DOMA and Proposition 8. Excellent articles for Christians to read can be found here, here, and here. We need to be … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Biblical Theology

I am a person who is dedicated to the study of both biblical and systematic theology. Though there are quibbles regarding the exact definition of these categories, I will simply categorize the former as the historical and thematic study of … Continue reading

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Understanding Parts of Scripture in Light of the Whole

This is excellent exhortation from N. T. Wright to know our Bibles well and to read whole books in one sitting, a practice I have found to be extremely helpful in understanding the whole sweep of Scripture. May we take … Continue reading

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Overflow

“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another…” Colossians 3:16 Reading this text and doing what I have been doing for the last few weeks has reaffirmed in my mind the fact that ministry … Continue reading

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Scripture, Our Sweet and Solid Foundation

Over the last two weeks several people have come to me about a “dip” they are experiencing in their faith. Surely we all experience times where the Word of God is not as rich, our prayer life feels cold and … Continue reading

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The Need for Humble Boldness

The book of Acts depicts a group of men and women who are filled with the Spirit and bold for the gospel. If you communicate the Word of God in any fashion it is going to require that you are … Continue reading

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The Essentials of Leadership (and everything else)

As I stated in my previous post I read through Dave Kraft’s book Leaders Who Last, a work dedicated to seeing Christian leaders go the long haul and not burn out in whatever position they may find themselves in. In … Continue reading

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