< 1 minute Though we Christians might struggle to see and appreciate it, God is at work in us today–by every trial and every blessing–to transform us into …
< 1 minute At one time or another–when the voice of condemnation comes–we need to hear powerful, gospel-saturated truth. We need to talk back like Luther.
4 min to read These seven requisites (not excellences, but requisites) are seven minimal requirements R.L. Dabney believed (and his viewers agreed) were essential to every sermon. None of these seven categories is subjective; each is perfectly susceptible of objective evaluation. #preaching
< 1 minute As a consistently aspiring extemporaneously note-less preacher, I am in awe of Calvin’s preaching. And this is just one of the reasons.
2 min to read Even now, the followers of Christ need this same reminder daily. Though Christ has brought us to our senses. We are prone to forget our creatureliness. The old desire for god-status and its accompanying autonomy relentlessly fights within us. So we need this reminder daily: we are but men.
< 1 minute The Gospel of Jesus opens the way to joy. How am I still awakening to this? There are many ways to capture my heart and …
3 min to read My six year old asked me for another biscuit at breakfast this morning. Can you imagine what would happen if I met his request with something utterly un-biscuity? Of course you can imagine this.
< 1 minute I love study tools. They have helped me learn, remember, and apply what I’ve studied. Here’s one tool I’ve used from time to time…
4 min to read From time to time we hear wonderful compliments ascribed to the people around us. Sometimes the compliment is about the person’s appearance. Sometimes about his generosity or her gentle spirit. Perhaps above them all, my attention is captured when I hear a person described as a true shepherd.
2 min to read Promoting helpful Christian reading is important part of the Church’s responsibility to promote the announcement of good news. This post aims to promote a well-written resource for those seeking to better understand the differences between Roman Catholic and Protestant beliefs.