Nov 23

A Theology of Thanksgiving by Dustin Crowe

With all the difficulties and stresses of 2020, I’ve noticed my heart gravitating toward groaning and murmuring rather than choosing thanksgiving.

Nov 17

Angels, Demons, and Spiritual Warfare by Graham A. Cole

Nothing spoils the goods of the strongman than the preaching of the gospel of Christ, the Victor and his cross.

Nov 4

The Privilege of Preaching God’s Immutability by Michael Abraham

When Christians are suffering persecution, they need this reminder – God has not changed.

Oct 26

The Time-Traveling Temptation of Jesus by Jared C. Wilson

The temptation of Jesus works backward and forward.

Oct 13

The Wholesome Doctrine of the Gospel: Faith and Love in the Writings of William Perkins by Andrew S. Ballitch

What William Perkins had to say about applying the text of Scripture when preaching

Sep 30

3 Truths About the Reign of God by Grace Pike

In a constantly changing world, our hearts long for steadiness; for the fulfillment of a promise.

Sep 24

Biblical Theology in Discipleship by Nancy Guthrie

Biblical theology corrects sentimental notions of the future God is preparing for us.

Sep 16

God Is Not Silent About Rape by Katie McCoy

The severity of sexual assault in God’s Law compels us to hear, protect, and defend the dignity of every woman, especially the one who breaks her silence about rape.

Sep 8

On First Principles: God does not need you and that’s good news! by Matthew Barrett

Unlike everything in this world, God’s existence is not grounded in, derived from, or contingent on something or someone else.

Aug 20

The Lord is Good by Christopher R. J. Holmes

It would be all too easy, I think, to bypass the goodness of God. I would urge you to see that it has a biblical density beyond all other names or attributes.