The results of our teaching are entirely God’s business. But it is our business to be as prepared as possible
Contextualization, at its best, is simply faithful communication. At its worst, contextualization is the Christian’s code word for “I can do whatever I want.”
What we believe about the authority and sufficiency of Scripture is important. Either the Bible is right or it is wrong; it is either an ordinary book or a divinely-inspired text.
When we come to pray, we can know we are not there alone.
Since that time until our very own, humanity has been living at the verge of the end of the world, but that is not a cause for despair or hand-wringing.
Life's distracting and relentless sounds become idols when they prevent us from truly hearing the beautiful and transforming truth of the gospel.
How can you tell how much a pastor loves Christ and his people? It is by his preaching. Doctrinal preaching feeds and protects the sheep.
Dear Wormwood: two years ago, your subject crossed the point of no return, embracing the Enemy’s Son. Luckily for us, he embraced as “gospel truth” some of the splendidly simple, yet profoundly effective lies that you whispered in his ear..."
We ask Dean Inserra, "How can a pastor protect his family, his church, and himself from moral failing?"
No amount of building that I do in my blanket-fort kingdom will last.