“Where God has shut His mouth, I should be afraid to open mine.”
God referred to himself as “EHYEH” when he was talking to Moses through the burning bush. Yet there are many different names for God that are used in the Old Testament.
Pastor Eric Mason from Philadelphia engaged in a roundtable discussion with rappers Lecrae and Trip Lee about "theological imperialism".
Does one need to be compatible with one's partner before marriage?
A person’s sincerity about his or her salvation is not dependent upon the “facts of a prayer” but actually having the fruit of the Spirit.
If you are considering furthering your theological education, but lack a little... umm... coolness, then John Crist and Aaron Chewning would like to introduce you to Swag Seminary.
Marriage has a deeper meaning than two people taking up space in a home, sharing responsibilities, and physically connecting with each other.
"Listen, my flesh got an offer To join the losing team."
Dr. Meg Meeker: A Strong Parent-Child Connection Does More for Healthy Self-Esteem than Expensive...
Do you feel connected with your children?
Can we as Christians do something with the right intentions but in the wrong way?
The deepest form of self-deception is to perform the commands of God without the heart of God.
If you have ever read this phrase and wondered why there may be different versions of Scripture, the following video is for you.
The Bible is a collection of books written over a long period of time, but don’t forget that all these collected books actually tell one big story.
“Even that phrase, ‘lukewarm Christian’…I don’t see that in the Scripture."
Andy Stanley challenges us to not be afraid to go back to God’s calling upon our lives in order to answer the “why”.
When our children are rebelling, are we willing to ask God to bring hard circumstances into their lives in order for them to see the folly of their rebellion?
If we don’t love God’s people, then we have reason to suspect that our relationship with God is not genuine.
Comparing ourselves to other people can be such a subtle sin because it’s all internal.
Smart devices promise to make our lives easier, but they actually bring complexity and busyness.
"Disciple-making must begin with a regular rhythm of studying the Bible."