We seem hardwired to be happiest when life goes well, and saddest when life goes poorly. How can we root our joy in Jesus instead of circumstances?
Jesus and the apostles regularly warn against the dangers of wealth. So, should rich Christians take steps to downgrade their lifestyle?
Jesus promises spectacular responses to our prayers, but only if our desires are shaped by his word abiding within us.
The Bible repeatedly warns us against false teachers. But how can we actually identify them, especially if their ministry is mainly online?
On the morning after September 11, 2001, a radio station interviewed Pastor John about the day’s stunning and tragic attack. Listen to the 47-minute recording.
The New Testament never pairs the blessing of God with material prosperity in this age. So, what does it really mean to be blessed?
Don’t be intimidated when people far smarter than you level arguments against Jesus. Your personal testimony has power to trump the most sophisticated arguments.
At the end of this age, “the love of many will grow cold.” What will such coldness look like — and how can we guard ourselves against it?
Does Revelation suggest that Jesus already returned when Jerusalem was destroyed in AD 70 — and therefore that we should not wait for another coming?
For better or worse, we become what we behold. How should this truth affect our media consumption in the digital age?
Both the sluggard and the diligent might take a nap on their day off. So, what distinguishes the laziness of the sluggard from the rest of the diligent?