One of the more important pastoral words I find myself passing on, time and again, is the difference between conviction and accusation
- July 15, 2013 |
Jesus will carry your backpack as you hike toward heaven.
- July 14, 2013 |
Now that the Supreme Court ruling provides the legal basis to overturn marriage laws in every state, what are Christians to do?
- July 13, 2013 |
Here are the resources I used in preparing my series on the life of Joseph.
- July 12, 2013 |
Satan's great plan is to cause Christians to divide, to be bitter and jealous, and ultimately to “bite and devour one another” (Gal. 5:15). Here are twelve ways that you can repulse Satan’s attacks.
- July 12, 2013 |
Is it just me, or is Evangelical Christianity falling into a theology that is based more on individual reason than revelation?
- July 11, 2013 |
This book is a powerful, biblical, compassionate look at a moral issue that represents a great opportunity for the church.
- July 10, 2013 |
Make sure you pick the right pilot. Find someone who has made that journey before.
- July 09, 2013 |
A long tradition at ChurchandCulture.org is the summer reading blog – meaning the once-a-year list of ten books that might be worth your while to peruse during some (hopefully) extra reading time over your summer vacation.
- July 08, 2013 |
Here are eight ways in which Satan keeps Christians in a sad, doubting, questioning, condition.
- July 05, 2013 |
Some think that those with a high view of the law are the legalists. But the opposite is true.
Whenever the 4th of July weekend rolls around, I'm reminded of times I've traveled in countries where freedom is severely curtailed. Or they were freshly freed from the chains of injustice, and the joy of their release was palpable.
I'm surrounded by Bibles and I say, “I’m tired. I don’t feel like it. It all feels the same. It just doesn’t seem exciting today.” My dancing has turned into mourning, my celebrating into complaining.
- July 03, 2013 |
If God has the ability to immediately remove all of a Christian’s sin the very moment he puts his faith in Jesus Christ, why didn’t He?
How does one teach the controversy, without exposing one’s children to more than they can handle?
Historically, there have been two tools to help guide us in our travels. One is a map, and the other is a compass. They are two very different things.