About Greg Peterson

Greg received his B.A. from Moody Bible Institute in Bible & Theology and his M. Div and Th. M. from The Master's Seminary. Greg has served in various areas of the church, including youth, senior adults, events, and choir. Greg currently serves as the Youth Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church in Springdale, AR. Greg is married to Michelle and looks forward to one day being blessed with children.

Reasons to Study the Book of Revelation

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Eschatology. A study of the last things.

This word alone brings up a number of different reactions within Christians. Some are way too excited because they have a radical pre-occupation with it. They have overly-detailed schemes in which seemingly every passage of Scripture matches perfectly with some current event (did you know the Rapture was supposed to happen 3 days ago?). Unfortunately, many of these folks believe that if you don’t follow their scheme, then you are a heretic (I just had this conversation with a guy this past week about this – so, yes, they are out there).

Others are genuinely curious and want to know what the Bible says about the End Times.… Continue reading

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Follow-Up: Be Ready for the Excuses

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I am so thankful to be writing on this blog with these faithful, godly men. They challenge me, encourage me, and stir me to be a better minister of the gospel.

Yesterday, Zach wrote an excellent post on Evangelism (go back and read it — you won’t regret it, even if you have already read it). Zach’s thrust was offering “five simple ways to become more faithful in the work of evangelism.” Today, I want to give you a sixth: be ready for the excuses.

You will find (or maybe you have already found) that when you do evangelism, many people will have already had some thought about this whole Jesus and gospel thing.… Continue reading

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Living Like Jesus

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The goal of every Christian is to become like Christ; to know Him (Phil 3:10) so well that we are conformed into His image (Rom 8:29). I tell this to my students (and myself) all the time: know Christ, so that you can live like Him. If you know nothing else about the Bible, know Christ. This means that we all must spend a good deal of time in the four Gospels, so that we can see Christ and then be able to imitate Him and learn from His example (Luke 6:40; 1 Pet 2:21; 1 John 2:6).

Well, since June 2017, I have been taking my students on a expositional journey through the Gospel of John.… Continue reading

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Motivation for Evangelism

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While at Shepherd’s Conference this past week, Art Azurdia spoke on Matthew 28:18-20 (“The Great Commission” passage) concerning evangelism. Of all the sessions I went to, this one caught my attention most. Not really sure why, but since that sermon I have pondered: “what is the motivation for evangelism?” Well, after much thought and Bible reading, I think I have narrowed down the motivation God has given. In this case, I have found 5-motivations. So, I want to give you these. It will be in a raw form and more can be said bout each. For now, I desire for the Bible speak on its own.… Continue reading

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Holding Fast to What I Was Taught = Inerrancy Reprise

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God has been very gracious to me. He mercifully saved my soul at age 8. He then gave me the strength to go to school everyday as a outcast because I loved Christ more than the world. When I was 14yrs old, I had the desire to be in full-time pastoral ministry. After high school, God granted me schooling at Moody Bible Institute to be trained in full-time ministry. When I first arrived, I had dropped the pastoral-desire and instead wanted to pursue sports-ministry (specifically camp ministry). I was unhappy with that major, because it was more about me than about serving Christ and His church.… Continue reading

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