Sin Is Worse Than Hell
What if eternal torment is actually a fitting response to our sin? What if, instead of seeing hell as an overreaction to our misdeeds, we looked at it instead as God’s commentary on the gravity of our rebellion?Continue Reading
God Is in the Grocery Aisle
I’m the grocery shopper in our family. I walk the aisles of choices and read the labels, searching the food, trying to discern facts from fiction.
This regular responsibility comes with some regular fears about making the wrong choices in…Continue Reading
Ode to the Church
There she stands in splendor, secure on the arm of her Father, adorned in brilliant white for her husband. The music sounds and beckons their short passage down the aisle.
Once she had been disgraced and dirty, unholy and seemingly…Continue Reading
Have You Lost Your Love?
Francis Chan understands the insidious pull in the course of learning that gradually yanks us from a warm life of love to a cold life of truncated knowledge.Continue Reading
God Sent His Own Son
Biblical Counseling for the Great Commission
This is a simple plea that those of you whom God is calling to be biblical counselors consider your counseling as a way of reaching the unreached peoples of the world with the life-transforming gospel of Jesus Christ.Continue Reading
Practical Helps for Bible Reading
Ben Stuart gives three practical helps to make room in our lives and hearts to meet God in his word. It’s the most important thing you can learn to do.Continue Reading
The Resurrection Demands Response
If death had the last word at Golgotha, then we’re left to scratch our heads about what Jesus’s sacrifice really accomplishes. If Jesus is still in the grave, then all the significance drawn from his death is pathetic well-wishing.Continue Reading
Three Reasons to Attend Corporate Worship
“Why do we have to go to church again?” Children ask this question on a semi-regular basis. And then sometimes, so do we.Continue Reading