Articles by David Mathis
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
I’m a student first.
Campus ministers have heard the excuse a thousand times as they challenge Christian college students to invest their lives in evangelism, disciplemaking, and service to others. It’s a line young collegiates have been fed by well-meaning…Continue Reading
Sometimes the grace of God needs defending. Not as much from the world and the devil as from ourselves.
Those of us who love his grace most will take the greatest care, with his help, to guard it from perversion.…Continue Reading
It’s almost too good to be true.
The Christian doctrine of glorification is stunning, to say the least. Not only we will see Jesus in all his new-creation glory, but we will share with him in it. “When he appears…Continue Reading
German politician Gabriele Pauli shocked her conservative party and sent waves through news outlets worldwide when she proposed in September 2007 that marriage should only last seven years.
Described at the time as “Bavaria’s most glamorous politician,” the 50-year-old, twice-divorced,…Continue Reading
Let me encourage you to take a very hedonistic approach to worship this weekend, and to every corporate worship gathering.
We Christians don’t believe that human pleasure in itself is the highest good, but we should believe that finding our…Continue Reading
We all want to be “doers of the word, and not hearers only” (James 1:22).
Who wants to feel the failure or share in the shame of being pegged like one “who looks intently at his natural face in a…Continue Reading
Don’t be fooled by the popular locker room read on Philippians 4:13.
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” — score a touchdown, hit a homerun, climb a mountain, run a marathon, win the game with a…Continue Reading