Blog Entries

May 7

Legalism Does Not Work by David Prince

The citizen of the kingdom of heaven hears the commands of God as embedded in the biblical gospel narrative.

May 7

Leave Your Umbrella At Home by Ronnie Martin

Series: The Preachers Corner

Join Ronnie Martin every Friday for The Preachers Corner, where he offers some words of comfort and stories of hope to help preachers enter the weekend encouraged by the gentle and lowly heart of Jesus.

May 6

A Collection of Mother’s Day Blessings by Marc Goodwin

On this Mother’s Day, my hope is that these words can be used by God to “lift the countenance” of my sisters in the Lord who find themselves in various stations and situations of life.

May 5

Women in SBC Hymnody by Leah Boyd

When I look down at my hymnal and see the name of a woman as the author of the hymn being sung, it is a comforting reminder to me that women are welcomed to use their artistic, poetic, and musical giftings in service to the Lord within Southern Baptist churches.

May 5

Can We Really Stomach God’s Grace? by Scott Sauls

Grace is indeed amazing. But it is the furthest thing from comfortable.

May 4

Keys to Stewarding Your Time in Seminary by Jason K. Allen

We must remember that stewarding time wisely isn’t just a matter of time management or life hacks; it is a kingdom priority.

May 4

The Voice That Raises the Dead by Tim Counts

The first words that your resurrected ears will hear are Jesus saying to you something like, arise–come out of that grave!

May 3

4 Reasons Preachers Plagiarize by Jared C. Wilson

Why exactly would preachers tempt getting exposed as frauds — or even fired — for undertaking this practice of plagiarism?

May 3

Links For The Church (5/3) by Staff

This week’s links include resources on aging, exile, giving, and love.

Apr 30

Pastor, You Probably Need To Quit by Ronnie Martin

Series: The Preachers Corner

Join Ronnie Martin every Friday for The Preachers Corner, where he offers some words of comfort and stories of hope to help preachers enter the weekend encouraged by the gentle and lowly heart of Jesus.