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It is 2021! God help us. If you are like many, you have a list of resolutions to improve yourself in the new year. And, like my friend Sam Luce says, that’s a good thing when done with the cross … Continue reading
At Christmas, we Christians remember and celebrate the incredible event where God became a man. Charles Spurgeon expressed the proper kind of admiration we ought to have when thinking about such an event: Infinite, and an infant—eternal, and yet born … Continue reading
Ever since I became a Christian in high school, I have regularly exchanged my heroes. At first, my heroes were men like David or Hezekiah who, in moments of crisis, courageously risked life and limb so God would be honored … Continue reading
Last night, at our home group, we opened the Word and discussed this last Sunday’s sermon text on 1 John 4:7-21 which offers a compelling picture of where love comes from, what love looks like, and how we can enjoy … Continue reading
Joe Rigney recently tweeted a thread concerning abortion that is well worth your time to read and contemplate. Below is the full text, complete with pictures and links. A Twitter Thread on Abortion Watching some Christians react to election news … Continue reading
So, as you know, America is knee deep in an exhausting and elongated election week. On both sides of the aisle, the tensions are high, the hot takes are plentiful, and the volume is deafening. On both sides of the … Continue reading
Although there are lots of views, hot takes, and controversies about what a healthy, godly man looks like, I hope this is a picture all of us could get behind. “When a man has a large, loving heart, men go … Continue reading
It doesn’t take long to hear about pastors who’ve been sexually abusive, used funds unethically, have acted or spoken in reprehensible ways, or lived in hidden addiction while acting like all is well. Recording more names and failings would be … Continue reading
“Love does not insist on its own way…” 1 Corinthians 13:4 Rob Green helpfully applies this characteristic of love to the husband driving home from a long and tiring day at work: While many people marry because the other person … Continue reading
Secular progessivism is looking much more like a religion than a movement nowadays. Each passing day provides more and more evidence that the separation of church and state applies only to organized religions and not the religion of secular liberal … Continue reading