They Were No Fools: The Martyrdom of Jim Elliot and Four Other Missionaries - Justin Taylor This article recounts how Jim Elliot and four other missionaries gave up what they could not keep in order
I was preparing to ring in the New Year yesterday by reading a little bit of Martin Luther and I came across a sermon titled, “The Gospel on New Year’s Day, Luke 2:21.” When I
Below is a sermon Andrew Fuller preached to mark a New Year. I have only added the headings and updated the spelling of a few words. David E. Prince “The acts of David, first and
Links on Charlie Brown, Church Planting and "Inseparable Asymmetry"
Here’s a list of my 10 favorite Christian books I read in 2017. By best, I do not mean I agree with everything in the books. Rather, I mean, I found the books thought provoking
“Candour, as it relates to the treatment of an adversary, is that temper of mind which will induce us to treat him openly, fairly, and ingenuously; granting him every thing that can be granted consistently
Black Harry, One of the Greatest Preachers Ever Forgotten -Courtlandt Perkins Courtlandt Perkins has a really interesting post about the greatest preacher you've never heard of. Black Harry was the first African-American preacher to gain
How does Christmas instill in us a sense of humility? Pastor David Prince explains in this timely piece as we get closer to Christmas.
Tony Reinke asks this question in response to a particularly brutal NFL game that occurred last week between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals. After hearing several sports writers and commentators talk about the
“Benevolence is a very distinct thing from complacency or esteem. These are founded on an approbation of character; the other is not. I am bound by the law of love to bear good-will to men,