The story of Ishmael is a warning not to build your ministry according to the flesh.
Fresh statements of old truth are always needed. Without them people will read error.
Something tremendous is at stake in the practical unity of love in the body of Christ.
God’s tenderness towards the lowly is rooted in his transcendent self-sufficiency.
Ideas have consequences.
Even inside perfection, there is good, better, and best. And understanding this will help us love as we ought.
If the mailman brings you a love letter from your fiancé, don’t fall in love with the mailman.
God is not a passive participant in a world that exists without his sustaining it. Wherever he is looking, he is acting.
Abraham Lincoln’s marriage was a mess, but accepting the pain brought deep strength in the long run.
If we love people, we will be like William Wilberforce and spend time thinking about how to point them to Jesus.
Your agonizing, unplanned detour is not a waste—not if you look to the Lord for his unexpected work, and do what you must do in his name.
10 ways Jesus related to the poor.
Announcing the adoption of John and Noël's fifth child and first daughter.