All Resources by Tim Keesee

Headscarves and Hashtags

Tim Keesee
Headscarves and Hashtags
The “same God” controversy is the kind of “debate” that plays out mostly on social media and largely among Christians and secularists. But there are other voices that ought to be heard on the subject.
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Panel Discussion

John Piper, Leonce Crump II, Tim Keesee, and Jason Meyer
Panel Discussion
Access more audio and video from the Bethlehem 2016 Conference for Pastors and Church Leaders.
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Think It Not Strange: Learning from History and the Nations (Small Talks)

Bob Blincoe, Tim Cain, Tim Keesee, Dieudonne Tamfu, and Steve Timmis
Think It Not Strange: Learning from History and the Nations (Small Talks)
Tim Keesee | Radiant Bob Blincoe | Don’t Weep for Jesus Dieudonne Tamfu | The Pattern of Suffering: Treading Where the Saints Have Trodden Tim Cain | Nothing to Pity About a Child of God Steve Timmis | Not Worth…
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Think It Not Strange

John Piper, Bob Blincoe, Tim Cain, D. Glenn, Tim Keesee, David Mathis, Joe Rigney, Brian Tabb, Dieudonne Tamfu, and Steve Timmis
Think It Not Strange
For 350 years, the church on American soil has enjoyed relatively little affliction for her fidelity to the Scriptures. This nation, though, is an anomaly in church history. And those days seem to be passing, more quickly than many of…
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Iwo Jima and the Monumental Sacrifice

Tim Keesee
Iwo Jima and the Monumental Sacrifice
“Some people wonder all their lives if they made a difference,” Ronald Reagan once said. Then he added, “The Marines don’t have that problem.” That was certainly true of the Marines who fought and died on a little island called…
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Stumbling into the Future

Tim Keesee
Stumbling into the Future
A century ago today, August 3, with the German invasion of Belgium and the British declaration of war in response, the conflict on the continent became a world war. None of this, of course, could be seen on that day
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A Letter to the Caliph

Tim Keesee
A Letter to the Caliph
Background: The latest headline-making iteration of Islamic terror is the Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), which split with Al-Qaeda in 2010 because (believe it or not) Al-Qaeda was too timid in their use of violence and too slow
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Running with Jonah

Tim Keesee
Running with Jonah
“Not called,” did you say? “Not heard the call,” I think you should say. Put your ear down to the Bible, and hear him bid you go and pull sinners out of the fire of sin. Put your ear down
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