I can overlook an essential element to the preaching process if I don’t intentionally pause and reflect upon the task at hand. These seven questions help me do just that.
We should think more carefully about how we conduct our family affairs, including our fights. We need to think about these issues for the good of our churches, the future of our convention, the joy of all (watching) peoples, and the glory of our King.
Christ is the head of the church, and he has given the church and its leadership as gifts to all believers, including me.
In this fallen world permeated with sin and death, even adopted children of God may taste the bitterness of loss.
If you genuinely believe sexual sin is wrong and it keeps you from experiencing joy in God, then what?
Because God is good and he does not change, there is a reason to be thankful, to God, for God, always.
The more bored you are with the things of God, the more vulnerable you will be when difficulty comes.
A Christian writer should develop his or her craft so that a story is created so beautifully that it rivals the hopeless fiction that runs in abundance today.
How can I help this member see and savor Jesus Christ?
We may not always understand why the Father prunes the way He does.