Where does the wayward mind truly go when it comes time to pray? It’s hard to say.
All our longing for God-likeness is only wrong when we strive for it in and of ourselves.
While missions is more than evangelism, it is never less than that.
The proud preacher can’t stand to be criticized, let alone critiqued.
How do we stick with our uncomfortable church long enough to see this growth happen? How can we endure—no, learn to love—our uncomfortable church in spite of its frustrating imperfections?
Men today are often drowning is superficial relationships, but do not possesses any genuinely accountable gut-level friendships.
The letter to the Galatians reminds us that the faith that saved us is the faith we still walk by and the Spirit that regenerated us is the Spirit that grows holiness within us.
While the attributes of God’s wrath and God’s love may seem to clash to our spiritual ears, they were in perfect harmony in Jesus’ death on the cross.
This week's links include resources on being rooted, servant leadership, creativity, the Psalms, and international students on college campuses.
Many would rather live it up now and use the party they create out of their life as a sedative numbing them to the certainty of what lies ahead in death.
Dear brother pastors, why have we become so compelled to let everyone know what we think about so many issues peripheral to our calling?
When you hear of new appeals for tolerance of sinful behavior in the churches, remember that this is not a nascent problem, but the old Corinthian problem revived.
The minister is to be at God’s disposal, sensing and seeking his leadership for where he would have the minister go and to whom he would have the minister serve.
Separating vocational ministry from academic ministry is something I would encourage you to avoid.
We can love politics without it replacing God. We can love politics without it eclipsing our evangelism. We can love politics without it devaluing the eternal. We can love politics and honor Jesus simultaneously.