For every house is built by someone,

but the builder of all things is God.

Hebrews 3:4

Monday, November 30, 2009

Sufficiency of Scripture Conference

Ten more days and our family will be in Kentucky for the Sufficiency of Scripture Conference.

"The Sufficiency of Scripture." Attendees will have the opportunity to listen to a wide variety of messages calling our generation to live "by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God." ...

 We believe that the doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture is the most important doctrinal battleground in the Church today with the purity of the Church, the supremacy of the gospel, the biblical family, and the survival of Christian civilization hanging in the balance. Known as “Sola Scriptura” during the reformation, this doctrine teaches that Scripture is fully adequate in both content and clarity for “everything pertaining to life (salvation) and godliness (sanctification)” including the ordering of nations, churches, and families (2 Pet. 1:3-4; 2 Tim. 3:16-17). The Church’s desertion of this doctrine in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries resulted in the defilement of nearly every aspect of America, the church, and the home through multiple waves of pragmatic, worldly ideas.
 How do you know the health of a nation? Look to the church. How do you know the health of the church? Look to the families in the church. How do you know the health of the family? Look to the vision of the fathers. Look to the relationships between husbands and wives. Look to the spirit of the children. The supremacy of Christ in the home, epitomized by the application of the sufficiency of Scripture, greatly affects the supremacy of Christ in the Church, and the supremacy of Christ in the Church greatly affects the supremacy of Christ in the nation.

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Hope to see some of you there!

~ Christa ~


Vickie said...

Good post Christa - I totally agree with everything you said about our nation, our churches, our families. If we don't get it right by the Lord, I fear for our country, and even more importantly - our families.

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to see you again my friend! Rich teaching and sweet fellowship awaits.....oh my heart and eyes are overflowing in anticipation. :oD

Donna K.

Antoinette K. said...

Yes! Me too! ;)

Miss. Antoinette K.

Nadine said...

My husband and I were able to hear Doug Phillips speak at a homeschool conference here in Washington state a few years back. He is a very inspirational speaker.

Have fun!


Camille said...

Oh we would love to go to something like that...have a wonderful time!!


Miss Jen said...

SO exciting~
I hope you have a wonderful
time... it sounds marvelous!

Love in Jesus~ Miss Jen