This week's links include resources on potted plant Christians, salvation of a pastor's wife, virtue signaling, skating as missions, and Jesus' resurrection.
Jesus can be glorified in you and me, and in the pitifully inadequate, sometimes myopic, church we attend.
The more we orient our lives around Him, the more His Spirit shapes and even transforms our plans.
One deficiency in much contemporary preaching is the failure to proceed with an understanding that we preach as sufferers, to sufferers.
For, as we live and serve at the end of the world, the six seminaries count it a joy to do whatever it takes to serve cooperating churches as they carry out their biblically designed task of seeing God's great name proclaimed to the ends of the earth.
How many times have we seen confession happen without genuine and lasting change? Why does genuine transformation still evade us?
The waves of trends beat against the rocks of God’s Word. They make quite a noise, but they can never change it.
The problem is when self-preservation becomes an ultimate thing, when safety becomes a god.
It is vital that senders see the immense value and importance of their role in getting the gospel across the street and around the world.
A year into church planting: it's hard and it's wonderful. And I don't want to be doing anything else.
Choice lines from this recent release.
We should be so dependent on God that our first ingrained action should be to pray to Him when times get tough or even when we start a new day.
This week's links include resources on dying, forgiveness and children, Ecclesiastes, prayers of repentance, fighting with your spouse, and fear of God.
Eventually, if we actually believe what we believe, obedience will be the tell-tale sign that follows us.
Men, God has given you the privilege of leadership.