We cannot say we are clear on doctrine when we are so often unclear on the application.
In short, it’s vital for older Christians to talk often with new Christians, making sure that in following Christ, they haven’t unduly harmed their relationship with their family.
The point isn’t that feelings don’t matter or aren’t important. The point is that feelings are not the definer of ultimate reality.
In valuing Christ we devalue all else for this object of our love, the treasure.
This week's links include resources on speaking truth in your heart, hope and sexual past, hymns for youth groups, and mothering as a first-generation Christian.
Nothing is more cringe-worthy than a guest preacher who takes a pulpit only to make himself famous.
Death marks not the end, but the beginning for the believer.
The special value of General Revelation is that it calls the believer simultaneously to praise God and proclaim God.
It’s painful, but good shepherding often means that we say things that are challenging to our people.
Social media platforms have to be a tool for outreach and benefit, not stress and anxiety, or they're not worth it.
My main exhortation to you is to fearlessly adopt a gospel fixation. Don’t worry about it seeming rote or redundant.
His standards are the robes of Christ’s righteousness—they literally cannot be higher.
We need to remember that we were culpable products of our sinful environment as well.
I’ve been told that becoming an older man guarantees more aches and pains. I hope it also means more hopeful discipling, and more earnest prayer. May the Lord help me.
The Bible reveals that while we are fixated on what we don’t have, God’s focus is on what we are becoming for the sake of His purpose.