I’ve come to see four main approaches to the writing, telling or teaching of history: 1) The “great man” approach, 2) the “great idea” approach, 3) the “great current” approach, 4) and the “great event” approach.
It's incumbent on those who've tasted His joy to make the grand gospel our melody.
The Gospel is not a story of God meeting sinners half-way. The news is so much better than that.
The Lord has blessed the church with so many edifying resources for training of believers in biblical counseling and discipleship.
Is it just me, or is Evangelical Christianity falling into a theology that is based more on individual reason than revelation?
This book is a powerful, biblical, compassionate look at a moral issue that represents a great opportunity for the church.
A new book helping Christians engage difficult issues in their local communities
Knowing that God is omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent is one thing, but believing it is another.
Make sure you pick the right pilot. Find someone who has made that journey before.
What mindset does each and every one of us need to have as a church members?
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.
God has blessed us with an ever-growing supply of biblical counseling resources.
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.
It's time for every church to be crystal-clear on this issue. Adding marriage to your church constitution won’t solve all the problems, but it may save you from trouble down the road.
Same-sex marriage is headed for your community. This is no time for fear or outrage or politicizing. It’s a time for forgiven sinners, like us, to do what the people of Christ have always done. It’s time for us to point beyond our family values and our culture wars to the cross of Christ.
The problem I have with preachers deciding to "preach through the Bible" is that it assumes any sermon you bring from any text is God's Word for your flock for that day.
“Choir goes patriotic this Sunday, come worship with us.”
Yes, we all think we are pretty tolerant and open-minded. But what if my belief system says its okay to steal your iPad?