Rev. Brad Mercer

Brad Mercer is the Senior Assistant Pastor of Highlands Presbyterian Church, Ridgeland, Mississippi. Brad and his wife, Cindy, love the ministry. They love building relationships and partnering with other Christians for the glory of Christ and growth in grace. Brad is a graduate of the University of Texas, Reformed Theological Seminary, and the University of Wales, UK, where he wrote his dissertation on C.S. Lewis. He is a contributor to the recently published book, Views from Wake Forest: Essays on C.S.Lewis.

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C. S. Lewis

By: Rev. Brad Mercer

Colossians 3:1-5

Volume 19, Number 18 (4/30/2017, to 5/6/2017)

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Topics: Pauline Epistles

Homosexuality and Same-Sex Marriage

By: Rev. Brad Mercer

Psalm 62:1, 2

Volume 19, Number 16 (4/16/2017, to 4/22/2017)

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Topics: Poetry and Wisdom

Help-Hurry

By: Rev. Brad Mercer

Psalm 70:1-5

Volume 19, Number 15 (4/9/2017, to 4/15/2017)

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Topics: Poetry and Wisdom

Nine Lessons and Carols: Peace by Piece

By: Rev. Brad Mercer

Luke 2:8-20

Volume 19, Number 13 (3/26/2017, to 4/1/2017)

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Topics: Gospels and ActsGod

Nature as God - Naturalism

By: Rev. Brad Mercer

Psalm 24:1-5

Volume 19, Number 17 (4/23/2017, to 4/29/2017)

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Topics: GodApologetics

Giving Thanks in Hard Places

By: Rev. Brad Mercer

Acts 13:52; 14:27-28

Volume 19, Number 14 (4/2/2017, to 4/8/2017)

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Topics: Gospels and Acts

Dont Love the World

By: Rev. Brad Mercer

1 John 2:15-17

Volume 14, Number 49 (12/2/2012, to 12/8/2012)

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Topics: General Epistles and RevelationBiblical TheologyChristian Living

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