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Posts by Scott Head

Why do you cite other men when preaching and teaching?

If you attend Cornerstone, or listen to our sermons online, surely you have noticed that we cite other men, theologians, other preachers, commentators and historians, at least two or three times, sometimes five to ten times, in almost every sermon. Some Christians have problems with this, but often, these problems stem from misunderstandings of how…

1 & 2 Samuel Sermon Series Bibliography

Now that we are coming to the end of the Samuel sermon series, it is time for publishing our bibliography of works cited. I’ve mentioned before how I love research, books, and study. Part of that love is the usefulness of a good list of references. I wrote about this in Love the Bibliography, and know…

Quotes: Edward Payson on Owning Christ

Periodically, good quotes are worthy of our pondering. Here’s one from Edward Payson: “Every real Christian may say Christ is mine. There are five different ways in which any thing may become ours. The first is by formation or production. In this way the articles which we construct, and the fruits of the earth which…

A Typical Sunday at CCF – Order of Worship

“How do you do church? What does your service look like?” This question came up in a discussion about Reformed Baptist Churches recently. I took the opportunity to share our church order of worship and, since it is handy, I thought I’d post it here for any potential people checking us out. Here’s what you…

1st Samuel Sermon Series Bibliography

As we wrap up our sermon series on the book of 1st Samuel this Sunday, it is a time to think back on what we’ve learned. Being a book lover and one who loves the process of study, reading and research, I love to compile a bibliography (here’s why.) For those who wish to study…

Updated Meeting Info – February 5th, 2017

If you are planning a visit to CCF, we are delighted! Please note that we are meeting at 2pm on Feb. 17, and we will not be eating a fellowship meal together. The following week we will have a new location, that information will be posted and our website updated. Please follow our Facebook page…

David: Man of War, Man of Prayer

One of the benefits of preparing a sermon each week is the joy of studying from many good books. I love to spend time with my author friends who I have never met, most of them are dead by now. These men labored for the Lord in a manner at which I can only marvel.…

Thoughts on Expository Preaching

Recently we have enjoyed a sermon about the Supremacy of the Word of God in the life of the believer. A similar theme appeared in my reading this week and I believe it is worthy of sharing. This comes from a lecture extolling the virtues of expository preaching. Expository preaching steps through a book or…

A Source for Good Books

As we enter the new year, I thought it would be helpful to periodically share various resources, quotes or selections from various Christian works that may be useful in personal or family study. I also want to share commercial vendors that supply excellent resources to build up the church. That’s the focus of this post.…