Recently Added Blog Entries

Aug 2

Introducing #FTCFriday by Staff

We are excited to introduce a fun new weekly tradition—#FTCFriday!  

Aug 1

The Pastor as Evangelist by Glen Higgins

For the pastor to ignore evangelism is to have an unfulfilled incomplete ministry. 

Jul 31

Are There Good and Bad Kinds of Accountability? by Jaime Owens

If we deny we’ve been tempted or sinned, leave out parts of the truth, or distort the facts, then we’re robbing ourselves of holiness and joy.

Jul 31

The Enduring Witness of a Normal Life by Russell L. Meek

Mimi is a good reminder, to me at least, to curb my ambition and instead simply, faithfully seek Christ.

Jul 30

Beware of Sin by Sam Parkison

You can try as hard as you may, clawing at the mud and gravel and tree roots with a free hand—as long as the other hand clutches onto that sin, the ditch is your home.

Jul 29

Living Wisely to Spite Satan by Jared C. Wilson

When we engage in what the Bible calls foolishness—choosing sin over obedience—we engage in a practical kind of atheism.

Jul 29

How Weekly Participation in the Lord’s Supper Can Help Your Children by Ronni Kurtz

One of the joys of weekly communion is the opportunity it affords the parents in our churches to declare the great news of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ to their children.

Jul 29

Links For The Church (7/29) by Staff

This week's links include resources on fear of God, the sufficiency of Jesus, wisdom, communicating with missionaries, and criticism. 

Jul 26

How Expository Preaching Should Engage Cultural Concerns (Part II) by Jason K. Allen

Though we cannot improve upon the Bible’s relevancy... perhaps we can make our sermons a touch more relevant.

Jul 25

What to Do If Your Church Won't Change by Mike Brooks

Often, in lieu of your local church becoming the best contextualized version of itself, God is fashioning its parts into a whole that looks more like Him.