Your failure does not define you, nor do the echoes of your sin. Jesus speaks a better story, and the grave does not have the final word.
How can we as pastors, preachers, lay leaders, and disciple makers help our people bear good fruit?
If you want to change the movement of your church, you have to change the message.
We grieve at bedsides and empty beds, asking hard questions that might go unanswered for our lifetimes.
This week's links include resources on moms who need to slow down, trendiness and the Bible, women who struggle with pornography, and Paul's example in politics.
Happy are those to whom our Lord manifests himself, for his promise to such is that he will make his abode with them.
Hospitality is more than having a cookout.
Through our social media, we can bless or curse, build up or tear down, honor or dishonor the Lord Jesus Christ.
Muslims in our country and abroad need the gospel of Christ. We need to preach it to them; we need to be their neighbors in the utmost way. This is exactly what Micah Fries and Keith Whitfield seek to show in their edited work, Islam and North America: Loving Our Muslim Neighbors.
Jesus’ ministry in homes was a ministry of love. Such love in the most private of places was a most potent apologetic to an unbelieving world. It still is.