The Power of the Gospel and the Meltdown of Identity Politics In this article, Albert Mohler argues that the wave of identity politics so prevalent today results in the distortion of humanity. Both right and left
A Practical Guide for Growing in Biblical Literacy Recent studies have revealed just how biblically illiterate confessing Christians in the United States are. This article shows that telling people to just "read the Bible" is not
Preaching in a Mild State of Panic Preachers often desire to feel comfortable with their sermon when they step into the pulpit. According to Dan Doriani in this article, they depend on knowing their notes
5 Ways Athletes Have a Unique Gospel Platform Athletics offers a number of ways to cultivate relationships that can lead to gospel-centered interactions. In many ways, the opportunities only arise in the arena of athletics.
How Expository Preaching Should Engage Cultural Concerns (Part 1) In this article, Jason K. Allen argues that true expository preaching goes beyond simply handling the text accurately. According to Allen, the expository task is not
Holy Boldness is Needed in Hostile Climates As Christianity continues to be pushed to the margins of culture and voices hostile to orthodoxy grow louder, Christians must increase in their boldness. This post lays out
A Chance to Die Life can become comfortable even for missionaries, but, in truth, we are all presented everyday with a chance to die. We have the opportunity to die to our comfort and ourselves
How I Write Sermons In this Signpost podcast, Russell Moore discusses how he crafts sermons and lessons in such a way that it is applicable to all in the audience. He has honed his craft
The Spiritual Disciplines: Gratitude In this article, Brett and Kate McKay raise the bar for how gratitude is typically approached. They suggest that the common approach to gratitude is nothing more than greeting card sentimentality.
The Pastor and Difficult Bioethical Decision Making Medical and bioethical technology continues to move at an unprecedented pace, and pastors are increasingly confronted with issues that were science fiction a generation ago. This article offers