Christ Will Come to Judge
What We Still and Will Believe
Dec 19, 2020
God mercifully sent his Son first not as a warrior king but as a humble king. At his second coming, however, Christ will establish and execute true justice.
God’s Answer to Human Suffering
The Cross of Christ and Problem of Pain
May 21, 2020
The greatest answer to the problem of human suffering is not a philosophical argument, but the cross of Jesus Christ.
He Spent His Last Night Singing
The Melody of Maundy Thursday
Apr 18, 2019
On the night before he died, feeling the awful weight of sin and knowing all the agony he would suffer, Jesus gathered his friends and sang.
We Have Something of Heaven
A Theology of Joy in Revelation
Mar 5, 2019
Christians have a better hope than anything this world can offer: a final deliverance, a decisive victory, a spectacular wedding, and a secure home.
The Unexpected God
How He Meets Us in Disappointment
May 8, 2017
God may not give us what we expect, but if you are in Christ, you can be sure that what he gives will be better than what you wanted.
Rejoice Even Though
Facing the Challenges to Joy
Oct 16, 2016
The Bible promises us fullness of joy, calling us to rejoice at all times in all things. But where do we find joy like that in the midst of real problems?
Think It Not Strange
Navigating Trials in the New America
Jan 1, 2016
A diverse team of contributors joins together to help Christians prepare for the trials, opposition, and even persecution that may lie ahead.
Timing Isn’t Everything
Sep 12, 2014
We focus a great deal of attention on the clock and the calendar, from the time our alarm clocks go off — “When is the report due?” “When are we meeting the Smiths for dinner?”
More Than an Afterthought: Six Reasons Jesus’s Ascension Matters
Apr 13, 2013
Have you marked your calendar for Ascension Day on May 9? How many of us have even heard of Ascension Day? Or perhaps just a sermon about Jesus’s ascension into heaven? It is impossible to overstate the importance of Good…