Kids are thinkers. They ask good and sometimes hard questions. Here are a few tips that might help you talk with your kids about the Bible . . .Continue Reading
“How can a Christian enjoy deep contentment while having little in this life?” That is, little by way of material possessions and other advantages of the world.Continue Reading
The scene could not have been more inauspicious: a low-lit room, full stomachs, and the feet on twelve grown men. This is never where you’d expect to find the greatest teaching ever on loving one another.Continue Reading
Jesus was almost euphoric.
The most joy-filled outburst recorded in the life of Christ comes in Luke 10.
Jesus sends out 72 of his followers to preach and heal, to serve sinners in word and deed. As they hustle off…Continue Reading
More than fifty years after his death, the brilliance of C.S. Lewis is still captivating new audiences with the glory of Aslan — because Lewis, in all his brilliance, is channeling the glory, not creating it.Continue Reading
In your neighborhood, across our nation, and around the globe, the world we live in is broken and futile in all kinds of ways.Continue Reading
The Scriptures are a gold mine of life and wisdom. But acquiring this gold requires labor and effort. We must look and look and look again until we see what’s there. We must pay attention to those little connecting words that link one statement to the next.Continue Reading
You can’t be indifferent about your personal investment in the lives of people if you care at all about the proclamation of the gospel.Continue Reading
Christian self-control is not finally about bringing our bodily passions under our own control, but under the control of Christ by the power of his Spirit.Continue Reading
Just as my children ask questions about life, I have questions of my own. When the storms of life come upon me suddenly, I immediately ask, “Why is this happening to me?”Continue Reading