“The law is good, if one uses it lawfully,” Paul says. But how can we tell if we are using the law in the way that God intends?
How can we guard against drifting in the Christian life? By looking and looking and looking at Jesus.
You do not need to walk in sinless perfection in order to have a good conscience. You just need to walk in the light.
The apostle Paul strongly warned Timothy and Titus against the “myths” of his day. What might he have to say about the fictional stories in our own day?
If we’re going to listen to Jesus and not drift away from him, we likely will need to turn down the noises that capture so much of our attention.
Where should pastors and other Christians draw lines for ministry partnerships? Pastor John shares the degree of unity he has pursued in six ministry settings.
Does Numbers 5:22 suggest that women guilty of adultery were punished with miscarriage? And if so, how does this passage speak to the pro-life position?
If we don’t have a plan for when, where, and how we will read the Bible, our devotions will probably fall before the demands of the day.
Every pastor receives criticism. But at what point might criticism become so serious or sustained that a pastor should consider stepping down?
Everyone passes through seasons of despondency — seasons when the soul is troubled and hope feels thin. But when does despondency become sin?
How can we push the truth of the Bible from our heads to our hearts, so that our times of daily Bible reading become times of daily worship?