Blog Entries by Title

May 12, 2017

You Are Not The Story by H.B. Charles, Jr.

We do not have editorial authority over the message.

Apr 1, 2019

You Believe the Prosperity Gospel by Jared C. Wilson

Here are 4 ways ordinary evangelicals like you and me sometimes fall prey to a kind of prosperity gospel in our thinking.

Mar 27, 2019

You Can Doubt and Have Faith without Exploding by Travis Dickinson

If I’m doubting some aspect of my faith, I should dive deep in investigating that aspect.

Dec 27, 2015

You Can Lead a Man to Living Water, But You Can’t Make Him Drink by Sean Nolan

It is possible to have a fascination with the Bible that does not lead to faith in Christ.

Feb 21, 2016

You Can Put a Sword to Someone's Throat and Make Them a Muslim, but You Can't Make Them a Christian by Staff

I said to my friend, “Look, I could put a sword to a person’s throat and make him at least a sufficiently good Muslim.” He agreed that that was true.

Jun 10, 2019

You Can't Ignore Church by Jared Stacy

He is the One who makes everyone in Him not just “better”, but righteous.

Apr 26, 2017

You Can't Love Missions Without Loving the Local Church by Caleb Greggsen

Imagine what could happen if your church started sending overseas those members who love and serve the church best.

Jul 24, 2018

You Can't Pick Up the Cross While Holding Your Nets by Michael Kelley

When they dropped their nets, the disciples broke with the past and fully embraced the future with Jesus.

Jan 25, 2019

You Can’t Preach Christ Without Preaching Depravity by Bradley Larson

If we were merely flawed people, then the cross would have been an extreme overcorrection. 

Feb 16, 2016

You Can't Relocate Away from Sin by Jared Bumpers

One of the most frustrating aspects of counseling students is the response of many parents. As I try to dig down to the heart issues, many parents want to rush to "relocate" their kids. The parents often think the solution is relocation: a new school, a "ranch" for extended counseling, or an extended trip to stay with family.