The Great Question Answered “And he brought them out, and said, Sirs, what must I do to be saved? And they said Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved.”—Acts 16:30, 31.
Not with Lofty Speech In this post, John Piper challenges preachers to proclaim in such a way as to never nullify the cross. According to Piper no matter your preaching style, there is always a
The Manner in which Divine Truth is Communicated in the Holy Scriptures It is a fact which must have struck every attentive reader, that God has not communicated his mind to us by giving us
Middle Relievers for the Kingdom In baseball, the middle reliever my not be the most recognized of players, but that does not mean middle relievers are not vital to the game. They play an important
$4,000 in material costs, 1500+ man-hours of labor, and 6 weeks of construction duration. These are the typical resources we pour in to Vacation Bible School (VBS) decorations each year at Ashland Avenue Baptist
The New Heaven and the New Earth, with the NewJerusalemm Rev. 21; 22:1–5 Chap. 21. We have seen, in the foregoing chapter, the end of the world and the last judgment, even that fearful issue
Three Rules for Engaging Theological Polemics Theological debate can be necessary at times, though it is necessary, it does not have to be nasty. In this post, we see wisdom for engaging in theological polemics
The religion of Jesus consists partly of truths to be believed, and partly of precepts to be obeyed; and the ordinance of baptism furnishes motives for a faithful adherence to both. We have been baptized
Should Jesus be the Point of Every Old Testament Sermon According to this post, there are two dangers in preaching the Old Testament in light of Jesus. The first is to force Jesus into every
Cristie Cerniglia is the type of church member I wish every pastor could shepherd. Teachable, hungry for the Word, but always active in creative ways of living out the truth in her home and community.