We should avoid these dangerous tendencies
- June 10, 2013 |
When I joined a church, my pastor became the first example of what a faithful, wise, godly father and husband was supposed to look like.
- June 10, 2013 |
Look in the mirror and learn to love yourself.
If you can tear your eyes from the geeked-out Google campus long enough to ponder the plot, you’ll realize you've seen this story before.
What does the Bible mean when it says we should "fear the Lord?" Dr. Roger discusses why it's not a bad thing to fear God.
Encouragement for those of us who have been told by God to wait, to sit still, to stay put.
Oh, no. The “L” word. The “L” word with which married folks think we singles struggle the most. Not "lust," actually - "love."
Diversity is not a word in the Bible but by definition we cannot escape it. And why would we want to? Diversity is a beautiful reflection of God’s creation.
"Ever since I was little, I’ve dreamt of being a wife and mother. However, right now I’m single..."
For Father’s Day, plan a “Yes, Dear” date. Create a “Yes!” atmosphere by doing a few things you might normally say no to.
It’s challenging to raise selfless kids in this fallen world, because doing so is countercultural.
the story of another Christian’s life often lifts our eyes from our own ministries and circumstances to see something bigger
Like David, we must refuse the desire to see our enemies humiliated.
You were once enamored with how your husband or wife is different from you. Today it's easier to call those differences "annoying."
A worldwide problem is not being able to love ourselves the way that God loves us.
Living a pure life is possible, even when others attempt to convince you otherwise.
In many respects, and certainly in spiritual matters, we are all weak and inadequate, and we need to face it. We need to let this awareness work in us humility and self-distrust. Thus we may learn our need to depend on Christ.
This is the question with which all serious Christians must wrestle. To think that Christianity is thriving in America simply ignores the obvious and overwhelming facts of our times.
The demands of discipleship are tremendous. They are astronomical. Jesus doesn’t want some or most. He wants all.
David Platt’s latest book, “Follow Me,” picks up where his best-selling book “Radical” left off. Christians are called both to follow Christ and to be disciple-makers. Trusting only in the radical righteousness of Christ, we lay down our lives to do God’s will in whatever location He calls us to serve.