He Laid Hold of Their Feet
Those of us who represent the King must always remember that we look most like Jesus, not when we are looking down on others from a platform, but when we are looking up at them from a basin.
The Burning Bush
All throughout scripture we see people encountering God in the most unfathomable ways, but I believe this is one of those defining moments that truly showcases how mysterious and relentless God is when trying to reach His people.
When Your Faith Dwindles
You and I, if we are honest, know that our faith often dwindles. We often try to take on the storms with our own abilities.
Don’t Let Systematic Theology Mess With Your Head
Should we study systematic theology? Of course! It’s invaluable. But when reading God’s word, let each passage speak for itself first.
Is Scripture Still Holy? A Review (Part 2)
In this post, we shall respond to another of Harvey’s arguments against inspiration, namely that once humans are involved there can be no clear, certain revelation from God.
Is Scripture Still Holy? A Review (Part 1)
Is the true revelation of God only in Jesus and not the Bible itself?
Transition to a Going Church
Recently, I shared with our church five changes and one empowering reminder that we need to keep in mind if we are to follow Christ’s commission to us.
I’m So Glad Paul Used This Word…
There is a word in the Bible that I’m so glad is there. I’ve come back to it again and again over the years. I have said many times, “Yeah! That’s the word for it. That’s what I’m feeling right now.”
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The Unified Book of Acts
During a recent study of the book of Acts, I was struck with the recurring emphasis on the irrepressibility of the gospel.
Thermopylae and the Book of Esther
The Battle of Thermopylae is one of the most heroic battles in the annals of military history. What can this event show us about the book of Esther?
The Oversight of Ourselves
If you are looking at a renewal or reformation of your heart for ministry, I would prescribe this book. Baxter gives us good, straightforward medicine on having a pastoral ministry that is scripturally proportioned.
Let’s Talk About Mental Illness
Mental illness is tricky business. As Christians it is something we desperately need to talk about yet almost never have the courage to talk about.
Rest in the Shadow of the Almighty
Resting within the protection of God’s glory, I find peace from the burdens of the world.
8 Practical Ways to Use Facebook for Ministry
While Facebook is a great place to stay closely connected with your best friends and family members, I would encourage you to add in a ministry component to what you do online. Here's how...
Faith Is War
It’s a fight. A battle. Faith is hard. It’s a fight to trust God when you can’t see him. It’s a fight to believe God is in control when all around us screams life has derailed.
Does 2 Corinthians 1-2 Justify Promise-Breaking?
I was startled recently to read on a friend’s blog that it was a sermon on 2 Corinthians 1-2 which was part of what convinced him that it was OK to renege on a promise that he had made.
Specks and Beams
The reason that our Lord points out the hypocrisy of the judges in Matthew 7 is because they are not genuinely concerned about sin or about helping other people. If they were concerned about sin, they would deal with their own first.
Wrestling with Fear
I have often wrestled with this question: Could my greatest fears be God’s greatest opportunity to express His glory through me?
Five Simple Ways You Can Begin to Share Your Faith This Week
Reaching out to the unchurched is tough for many Christians. Let me suggest five simple ways you can begin to share your faith this week.