It is good and right also to consider the impact of a group of praying students, heirs of Wittenberg themselves, on the modern missions movement of global gospel proclamation.
If all else were stripped away—your career, your earthly relationships, your plans—your identity as a beloved child of God would still remain.
The good news is that the Lord has a way of making a way where there is no way.
Certainly, my smartphone and its accompanying array of apps can be a tool of inestimable value.
This week's links include resources on motherhood as artistry, church for college students, God and your weakness, and Jeremiah 29:11.
I have come to firmly believe that student ministries are uniquely positioned to be mission sending agencies within the local church.
At the front door of pastoral ministry, we find that if a pastor isn’t a family man, he’s not a churchman.
What’s it like to hear the whole world sing your praise? Only God knows. Be awed by the fact that He does.
Actively praying for the children and begging the Lord to save these little ones is not a small request.
Believing, teaching, and defending the truth should be a priority for every Christian.
Two decades of pastoral ministry has taught me that a prevailing theme of Christian life is the faulty thinking that we relate to God as though he is a disappointed father.
This is the story of the hopeful, dreadful time between sin’s entrance and Christ’s conquest.
The life of faith is difficult. But there is a joy waiting for us beyond all comparison.
No matter how severe our loneliness might be, it can never surpass the loneliness of Christ crucified.
This week's links include resources on caring for single parents, calling and serving, teaching children to love the vulnerable, and praying in spiritual warfare.