Your paper Bible could be precious and useful to you in ways that a digital Bible never could.
Our brothers and sisters in Christ are God’s gifts to steady us, to laugh with us, to remind us of the mission we are on together for Christ’s fame.
When your children grow up, and they are asked, “Tell me about your dad” or “Tell me about your mom” - what do you think they will say?
There are certain types of group prayer participants none of us should want to be.
God has spoken in understandable ways about the end times to give us hope and joy.
Missionaries feel their inadequacies daily and need reminded that the Lord they serve is omnipotent.
Three questions to help parents begin evaluating the way they talk to and around their kids in more relaxed settings.
Powerful preaching and fruitful ministry on the mission field depend on the prayers of God’s people.
Against this dark backdrop of depravity beams the love of Christ.
We cannot make someone experience conviction—that’s the work of the Holy Spirit. But we can cooperate with the Holy Spirit not only by proclaiming the gospel, but also by simply reading the Bible.
Whenever true disciples are added to the church, the gospel has been proclaimed.
Scripture isn’t always meant to comfort us. Sometimes it addresses us in our pride, when we think incorrectly, or when we behave sinfully.
We savor the times when a passage soothes our fears, but how do we respond when Scripture confronts our sinfulness?
It put too much emphasis on one man’s speaking, and too little emphasis on the “one anothers” of Scripture, membership accountability, and careful shepherding of the flock.
God’s word has been read publically, even at length, throughout salvation history.
Teenage believers, you can contribute right away in significant and helpful ways when the church gathers.
Sometimes, all it takes is one good question to start a meaningful, God-honoring conversation.
Churches, train and send missionaries who are not only godly, and not just eager, but also knowledgeable