The divine inspiration of scripture is the unavoidable mandate for expository preaching.
Can we settle for a God who is less than a perfect being? We cannot. To do so is to rob God of his infinite nature and unbounded perfection.
We’re not always wise enough to know which way of dispensing the benefits of the atonement is best.
Jesus invites all of us to come to Him just as we are. But that means we come to Him just as He is: Lord.
What if it wasn’t the community who needed me and my church, but rather me and my church who needed that community?
In a world erupting with grief, fear, and wrath, sometimes prayerful silence is the best revolution.
Nothing is more pathetic than a man preaching from a Bible he doesn’t believe.
This week's links include resources on exiles, despair, recovering tolerance, growing in marriage, preaching in tension, and women and the Bible.
We are called to minister grace and truth. We need to shepherd pilgrims on their way to the New Jerusalem. How can we do this well in the next 10 years?
Some people believe that the gospel is only useful for evangelism. But followers of Jesus need to continue hearing the gospel even after they are born again.