If you are watching this video, and you have faith in Christ and have been united in Him, it is because you were chosen before the foundation of the world.
"Apple Computers? I don’t think so.. that comes right from original sin.. only Microsoft products for me."
Do you know what the Bible says about the end times?
It’s easy to point a law-abiding finger and to expose the shameful acts within our culture. But that doesn't make a lot of sense to a secular culture.
"Because Christ is alive we know that someday racism will be completely dead."
It is a dangerous thing to participate in “graduate school sins” while having a “grammar school knowledge of God.”
While singleness and marriage are both temporary, Christ’s commitment to His children is permanent.
Like a ringmaster at a circus, imagine a pastor barking out a bunch of craziness like…
"If Christians trash all secular music, then do we also trash all the arts such as paintings, sculptures, movies, and even buildings that were not created by Christians?"
As morality becomes more and more subjective, the concept of judgment becomes increasingly offensive.
There may not be a more complex and demanding role in society than being a mother.
Should non-Christians care about Easter?
Do you ever struggle with paralyzing fear or thoughts about yourself that border on self-hatred? You're not alone. One hero of the faith, in particular, did also.
I know that your love breaks my fall, The scandal of grace, you died in my place, So my soul will live
For many Christians, the person of the Father and the person of the Son seem more tangible, and thus understandable, than the Holy Spirit.
Not that you need a reminder, but: Ministry is hard. Your family feels it, too.
Just try not smiling as you watch it...just you try.
If complementarity is taken out of the gospels, then the gospel becomes ugly because an essential point of submission is to be a blessing to others.
Is it possible to experience the miraculous works of God and not understand what is going on?
Is theological memorization and reflection for our children really that important?