I carefully study, edit, prepare, and pray over my sermon every week. What would it look like to prepare and pray about the words I speak at home?
This culture of abusive authority makes the Advent season all the more a breath of fresh air.
Cursed are you when others love you and accept you and say all kinds of good about you because you have moderate, tolerant views of a safe Jesus.
The wonders of God are inexhaustible and unsearchable, but are within our reach to enjoy.
Jesus’ sinlessness and corresponding righteousness mean he never wasted a second in disobedience outside of God’s decreed will.
Navigating the messiness of our lives and the mess of others brings about a humility and a unity in us that pleases the Spirit.
The healthy leader feasts from the source and communes with his God.
You could completely bomb this change challenge that’s before you. I mean fall-on-your-face fail. And God’s love for you will not change.
Have you considered the wonder of the Doxology?
Blowing on the Gospel embers of young Timothy’s heart, the Apostle Paul fans into flame the grace-producing calling on the Ephesus disciple-maker.
Being safe emotionally is the thing that all other things in a marriage depend on.
Your pursuit of godliness, of Jesus, must include a pursuit of emotional health.
Sometimes I wonder if the preacher/pastor me looks like a godly man breathing in the goodness of God. In reality, I feel more like a deflated balloon.
How do we work for our child in the midst of their selfish desires?
Know the Scriptures and the power of God, and trust that God to reveal his beauty to those you are witnessing to.
This is the cosmic love and wisdom of God for you . . .
We are holistic beings who need holistic rest.