Wise Men Still Bring Gifts
Our Extraordinary Christmas in Egypt
Jan 11, 2019
God has opened a new door, after decades of persecution and oppression, for the worship of Christ and gospel advance in Egypt.
Look Up from Your Lists
Letter to My 30-Year-Old Self
May 8, 2018
My being a zealous career-long time manager cost me more in relationship depth and quality than I ever gained in efficiency or productivity.
The Accidental Reformer
Hans Gooseflesh (c. 1400–1468)
Oct 18, 2017
He never preached a sermon and never authored a theological treatise. He was a Reformer by accident — or, better, by common grace.
Staying Godly in a Godless Workplace
Dec 16, 2015
Very few, if any, awake one morning and decide all of a sudden, “Today is the day I’m going rogue. Enough with all that honesty stuff. From now on, I’m all about corruption.”
Five Ways to Stop Spending Time Managing Time
Nov 2, 2015
A gossamer-thin line separates our electronic devices from being the tools of our own productivity and our becoming the tools of someone else’s. We ignore this line at the risk of fullness of life, human relationships, spiritual health, and gospel witness. Here are five ways to fight back by faith.
Fare Well, Liberty Bell
Jul 4, 2015
Whether Americans know it or not, the freedoms they celebrate on July 4 have their roots in these six legacies from the Protestant Reformation.
Are You Too Christian for Non-Christians?
Jun 21, 2014
Many Christians find over time that they have fewer non-Christian friends and acquaintances. Here are seven simple steps to boost your personal evangelism.
Sinner in the Hands of a Patient God
Jun 11, 2014
“Exposure to Jonathan Edwards has mostly been limited to reading Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, as an early selection in an American literature textbook, such that we might despise the Puritans all the more when we…