It’s right as a believer to be alarmed, saddened, and discomfited by the modern trajectory of the American soul. In all seriousness, feeling these things does not make you geriatric. It signals that you have a conscience, and that it is active. But I do not come to bury our culture.
It is a very difficult thing indeed to be a boldly biblical Christian in elite culture today.
As evangelicals seeking to engage the city of man, what are we to make of this year's Presidential election? Here are six brief thoughts.
We’ve got to wake up.
There is much in life that cannot be fixed, but must simply be endured. Pastors are fitted for this reality.
Don’t say you’re a sinner but then act, practically, as if you’re not.
We Christians of all backgrounds and proclivities can trap ourselves in webs of pride that threaten to kill our spirituality and love for the Lord.
If virtuous conduct is what we mean by telling our little girls they’re “princesses,” then cool. I wonder, though, if “princess” culture can, perhaps unintentionally, encourage girls to construe their self-identity narcissistically and aesthetically.
It is possible to be a pastor-theologian who not only feeds the sheep a rich theistic diet (which is the essence of the office per Christ’s words to Peter in John 21), but makes contributions beyond the pulpit.
Every Christian in every place could likely use a reminder that life is not about us, and thus we should not structure our lives as if it is.
Your children will thank you after their conversion that you trained them in good habits, even as they will recognize that only the gospel truly sustains holy living.
Now is not a time for retreat; now is a time to go big, trust God, and reach out to sinners like us in truth and in love.
The way to happiness is when we exchange our sin and selfishness and small dreams for something harder and better and God-honoring.
In a good number of churches, the person who leads music operates in limbo. Half rock-star, half-minister, the worship leader doesn’t know exactly where he stands, and the church isn’t quite sure what to think about him. Where this kind of confusion exists, a solution is needed.
In Christ, we no longer need to perform image maintenance and reputational management.
Whether you live in the country, the ‘burbs, or a global city, you have the opportunity to honor the Lord and taste the enthralling power of his gospel.
Be refreshingly honest, pour out your heart to a kind God, build a spiritual family, and live a full-throttle life.
Warrior culture and biblical manhood are not the same thing. They do not lead to the same result.
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