Blog Entries

Jul 26

Fighting in Our Own Frontiers by Jonathon Woodyard

We should think more carefully about how we conduct our family affairs, including our fights

Jul 23

Prayer and the Ministry of the Word by H.B. Charles Jr.

We should do our best to prepare ourselves to lead the saints in corporate prayer.

Jul 22

Maintain a Good Relationship with Christians from Other Churches by Jonathan Worsley

“Dare to discover Forbidden Island! Join a team of fearless adventurers on a do-or-die mission to capture sacred treasures from the ruins of this perilous paradise. Your team will have to work together and make some pulse-pounding manoeuvres [around the board], as the island will sink beneath every step! Race to collect the treasures and […]

Jul 21

When Nightmares Become Reality by Grace Pike

What does someone who loves God do when face-to-face with the nightmarish realities of life now?

Jul 21

The Body and The Bread by Clara Sylvester

We remember the body of Christ at large, the family that extends across state lines and cultures and peoples and nations.

Jul 20

Learning Church Commitment from Lucy Hutchinson by Jenny-lyn de Klerk

One of the greatest benefits of learning from Christians in past eras is that it changes you as a person.

Jul 20

Exchanging Truth for a Lie: Image, Idolatry, and the People of God by Benjamin L. Gladd

The Apostle Paul reserves some of his harshest, most theologically poignant words about sin for Romans 1:18-32. In 1:18 he states, “The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people.” Paul pulls no punches here. If we read Romans 1:18-32 in isolation, we arrive at a distorted […]

Jul 19

Lament For The Man In The Mugshot by Allyson Todd

If our eyes are fixed forward on the promise of eternity, we can both mourn and have hope.

Jul 19

Links For The Church (7/19) by Staff

This week’s links include resources on our phones, failure, children, and singleness.

Jul 16

Are You In God’s Kingdom? by David McLemore

If you can repent and admit your need for Jesus, the kingdom of God can be yours.