Recently Added Blog Entries

Feb 3

We Are Debtors by Charles Spurgeon

Christ, to the uttermost, has satisfied divine justice; the account is settled; the handwriting is nailed to the cross; the receipt is given.

Feb 1

Why My Love for God His Word Is Connected to My Ability to Breathe by Jordan Clinkscales

God's good word gives us the ability to simply breathe, to live, every single day. 

Feb 1

5 Relationships to Cultivate As You Foster or Adopt (Part 4)

Develop a Parenting Partnership with your Parents

Whatever the circumstances, potential foster or adoptive couples should court their parents and patiently give them a vision for multigenerational influence. 

Jan 31

The Beautiful Question the Gospel Compels Us to Ask by Michael Kelley

When you get a little grace, you start asking, “Who else?” Because there must be someone.

Jan 31

The Necessity of the Local Church (Part 3)

Metaphors, Commands, and Plural Pronouns

The idea of the professing Christian living in isolation from the local church is quite foreign to the New Testament.

Jan 30

Foster Care and Spiritual Formation by Russell L. Meek

The dark parts of our hearts have been exposed by learning to care for another human being who is not biologically related to us. 

Jan 30

The Irony of Holding a Grudge by K.V. Paxton

Holding a grudge never ever results in what we think it will. 

Jan 29

Christ Puts a Comma Where the World Puts a Period by Luke Holmes

This is the good news of the gospel. Words that didn’t make sense together make sense now because of the death and resurrection of Jesus.​

Jan 29

Can We Trust the Gospels? Yes, We Can. by Peter J. Williams

Not only is it very intellectually satisfying to trust the Gospels, but it is more satisfying than any of the alternatives.​

Jan 29

The Picture of Hope in Suffering by Jason G. Duesing

Trials, of all kinds, test our faith in crucible-like ways—ways that will show the greatness and goodness of God and result in our greater praise to him. This is, in part, because he endures the trials with us.​