Engaging our children in healthy, God-honoring conversations about sexuality is less about "keeping up with culture", and more about learning to set the pace.
Part two of a six-part series, What Makes a Great Preacher?
Before Carl F.H. Henry became the premier evangelical theologian of the twentieth century, he first was a nominal Episcopalian in need of the mercy of God. Thankfully that mercy came through the air assault of a persistent widow.
Paul was not a rich man, probably not even well-to-do, but he certainly knew what it was to work.
We ask Dr. Greg Belser, "What are some milestones in ministry that are difficult or impossible to prepare for?"
Throughout history, God has been at work in and through those He chooses to use greatly. In the book of Joshua, the mighty works God performs are but a shadow of a greater Reality yet to come.
We fit the occasion and have our place, but the “doing” of evangelism is done by God.
Power is a stewardship on loan from God to be used for his glory and for the good of others.
The grace of God in Jesus Christ meets all of our needs and satisfies our deepest desires.
Oh, think not, believer, that your sorrows are out of God's plan; they are necessary parts of it.