I do not deserve to be in this place, doing this thing every day. No one does.
This week's links include resources on the Christan non-majority, pastoral encouragement, evangelicals and retrieval, disabled children in the womb, and God's Book.
We have learned again Christ’s words to be busy storing up treasures in heaven and not on earth, where moth and rust destroy.
Luther was God’s wrecking ball. He was God’s appointed servant for such a time as the Protestant Reformation.
On Halloween night 1998 I threw a party in my apartment. I had girls, booze, weed, and cocaine. On that Halloween night, I was geared up for what I expected to be a good time. But my friend Dave didn’t respond like I expected he would.
When others hear the gospel from your lips, they hear it not from one who can leap over buildings in a single bound but from one who needs grace for the next breath.
We’ve bought into the same worldview of the larger culture, which is that women—and all people, really—are objects for our consumption.
We’re all looking for a place where the Father comes running, wraps his arms around us with a tearful smile, and throws a party. We’re all looking for home.
Ensuring our Christian communities are “high group” isn’t just a question of growth. In a post-Christian America, it’s a question of survival.
How is it that even while we sleep, we don’t lose our bearings concerning Christ?
When we “accept” Jesus into our life, we give him a seat at the table. But this is not how Jesus operates.
This week's links include resources on disagreeing well, the Samaritan woman, joy, and those with special needs.
True wisdom—biblical wisdom—is not limited to the intellect.
He took on skin to veil his radiance and live the life we should have lived to die the death we don’t want to die and save us from our sins.
Here’s why I believe biblical theology should be woven into the fabric of discipleship in the local church.