A godly motivation to disciple others is your gratitude for God’s work for, in, and through them.
David was anointed to sit on the throne. But he was appointed to sit among sheep.
We couldn’t reach up on the top shelf to get God, so God places himself on the bottom shelf—right within our reach—in the person of Jesus Christ, the carpenter from Nazareth.
My problem? I tend to think God forgives like I do.
Faith is not about impersonal plans, unfolding programs, or divine principles. Faith is heartfelt trust in the person of Christ.
My younger self wanted a voice, wanted a platform but was unwilling to invest in the character required by the gospel.
When accumulated fatigue takes hold of us, a night of rest, a weekend get-a-way, or a six-week sabbatical likely won’t help.
God is calling us out of the stands and into the arena. He is calling us to follow Him deep into the wild and restless world around us. But we are not going there alone.
When we come across big, "technical" words in our preaching and Bible study, we should use, study, and explain those words, rather than skirting around them or simply glossing over them with an alternative phrase.
As a pastor, few things warmed my heart more than church members telling me they prayed for me daily.
No law can be just if its justice for one is predicated on injustice to another.
Even though Jesus isn’t a mother, he is still able to sympathize with every weakness we face as moms.
This week's links include resources on exercise, dark times, insufficiency of good theology, and choosing the right kind of busy.
We are not to expect that God will give us everything we choose to ask for. We know that we sometimes ask, and do not receive, because we ask amiss.
The best this world offers is incomplete.