Jesus Christ is the hope of all nations and from the nations he will gather his people.
There are few things more dangerous to a church than a pastor who is extraordinarily endowed on the gifting side and extraordinarily deficient on the character side.
There are great opportunities for thought and care for the little things in how your sanctuary is set up.
There is no substitute for being present. There is no greater gift than helping another understand the Bible.
Is there a certain test - designed by you, administered by you, and graded by you - that one must pass to be included in God’s kingdom?
We insist we have “good news” for the world. But not for a moment can we think the news is good because it has somehow done away with notions of an angry, wrathful God.
Discipleship to Christ is very difficult. But it is incomparably joyful.
We must be willing to be sent if that is God’s will for us, and if not, to give our lives to sending those whom God has called to go.
This week's links include resources on long-distance friendships, warning signs of moral failure, beauty in hard times, habits of great Bible teachers, and living intentional lives.
The Lord's character assures us that he will not leave his people.