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Is the Church the Hope of the World?

As I read a letter from a volunteer, I couldn’t help wondering: is the church really the hope of the world?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 01, 2011 |
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10 Things the Inexperienced Preacher (or Lay Speaker) Needs to Learn Fast

Here is my list of ten things the beginning (or rusty or occasional) speaker seems not to know, but needs to learn quickly in order to be effective.

God Wins: A Response to Rob Bell's Love Wins

The demand for signs is a demand for proof. It's a clue that the heart is not right. It's putting God on trial, and, ultimately, an attempt to justify a lack of faith.

Interview With My Theological Yoda: Part One

The nature of the gospel, the role and purpose of God’s law, the relationship between justification, sanctification and union with Christ, and how all of this impacts preaching and the life of the Christian—these important issues I recently discussed with my theological “Yoda,” Mike Horton recently (read more)…

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • August 25, 2011 |
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God the Problem: Facing Theological Alternatives

Theology professor Gordon Kaufman, author of God the Problem in 1972, died around the same time as John Stott. Similarities between the two men end there.

10 Ways to Know You're Getting it Right

How can you tell when spiritual growth is taking place? Where are the markers?

Nine Reasons Why Christ Must Return

The Bible is neither vague nor equivocal on the prophetic promise of Christ's return. Here are nine reasons from Scripture by which you can be certain of Jesus' Second Coming.

Make the Invisible Kingdom Visible

When the Holy Spirit builds a movement of believers to love the least among us, well, you’re seeing the invisible kingdom made visible.

The Church's Moment in the Unraveling of the West

I do not think it too strong or sensational to say that we are witnessing the collapse of Western civilization. Across the Western world, the fruits of apostasy and secularism are manifesting themselves in overwhelmingly destructive ways. In essence, we in the West are reaping precisely what we have sown. Mankind cannot construct a world devoid of subservience to God and hope to prosper.

Five Points and a Poem

I can’t help but notice that we as ministers spend more time preaching to make people feel good than drawing the body of Christ into a deeper relationship with Him.

Helping Children At Risk for Abuse Through Home Visiting

We are not without hope when we have the arduous task of reporting an instance of abuse or counseling the abused, now grown.

Pastoral Ministry & Wartime Thinking

Paul Tripp's article "Pastoral Ministry is War" got me thinking: hasn't the Lord already won that war?

What Happened to Making Disciples?

Throughout the first decade of the new millennium, multiple studies—revealing a crisis among youth in the church—seemed to appear almost every year and now in 2011, the research still shows no improvement. It is astonishing to note that despite the continued evidence demonstrating the American church’s failure to adequately and holistically disciple the faithful into maturity; the leadership in so many of our churches continue to do the same thing

Letting the Bible Transform Your Church

The Bible can transform our lives. It also can transform your church.

What is Christianity?

There's much confusion about what Christianity actually is, who can be considered a Christian, and how a person becomes one. Here's a brief look at how the Bible answers that.

Don’t Assume the Gospel, Preach the Gospel

Scripture is of no use to us if we read it merely as a handbook for daily living without recognizing that its principle purpose is to reveal Jesus Christ and his gospel for the salvation of sinners.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • August 02, 2011 |
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Wanted: a Few Good Shepherds (Must Know How to Wash Feet)

Modern church leaders fancy themselves businessmen, media figures, entertainers, psychologists, philosophers, or lawyers. But is that biblical?

Training Camp For Churches?

Is it a surprise that our church team sputters at times? Maybe we should function more like a football team...

You Can’t Teach A Frog To Fly, So Stop Trying

A number of years ago, I realized that I was, as it were, trying to teach frogs to fly. Frogs can’t fly. Not only that, they get angry when you try to teach them.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • July 28, 2011 |
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Is the Norwegian Terrorist a Christian? (Four Tests)

A report has arisen from some in the press who say that Anders Behring Breivik's killing spree was motivated by his Christian beliefs, provoking the question: "How can we know who is a Christian?"

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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