God is producing lifelong fruit and an eternal joy within me during these formative years in the classroom and in the church.
Mission isn’t just something made possible by a passport or a seminary degree. It’s a paradigm which should inform everything we do
We have died to sin in his death and are now alive to God in his resurrection.
On first looking into Spurgeon’s sermons, I have found joy and awe in the work of Spurgeon, the man, but also in the work of Spurgeon’s God.
Here are some common introductory cliches that might be worth weighing in terms of their helpfulness to the congregation's gathering to worship.
This week's links include resources on spirituality, leadership, pain, family worship, and waiting.
We don’t always see what the Vinedresser is doing beneath the surface, but we can rest assured that it’s always for our growth.
We’re not doing anyone any favors by sparing them obedience, even when it’s hard, even when it feels “insane.” We’re only withholding from them everything on the other side.
A classical Christian understanding of God’s immutability would maintain that God cannot – and need not! – change even by a divine decision to alter himself.
There is only one who instructs the rain to fall on Holland. There is only one who know the number of Netherland hairs. There is only one who administers days to Amsterdam. There is only one who is truly sovereign.