God’s word has been read publically, even at length, throughout salvation history.
The gospel is itself a feast.
Numbers 13-14 in story form.
Do you find yourself chasing after silver-bullet plans to bring people into your doors?
Can we ingrain the gospel so much in the way that we talk, think, discipline our children, or converse around the dinner table, that it’s part of our very fabric of living, and not just an occasional topic of conversation?
Our God sees ahead, and because of that, we can live in the present. Our God provides.
The devil doesn’t care one bit about preventing us from doing works for the Lord; he cares about preventing belief and trust in our union with Christ.
FTC.co asks Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, "What would you say to the pastor who says thinking about 'culture' is a waste of time?"
"I thank you God that I'm not like those religious people."