Forever Transforms Today

When the Apostle Paul writes, he always boasts of Christ. Paul revels in “immeasurable greatness of [Christ’s] power” and the “working of [Christ’s] great might” (Eph. 1:19-20) And yet, Paul is frequently penning these words

By |February 25th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Featured|

Around the Horn (February 20)

The Pastoral Context of Preaching Noting that the greatest task a pastor has is good exposition, the post notes, "Exposing congregants to faithful exposition prepares people for the task of personal Bible study so that

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Around the Horn (February 13)

Reading without Seeing: How Not to Study the Bible "Imagine taking an interest in your ancestry, creating a family tree, and learning all about your great-grandparents. You know their birthplace, their history, where they worked,

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Around the Horn (February 6)

So, What Did Jesus Think about the Old Testament? In this post, Micheal Kruger answers the title question on the levels of history, authority, and inspiration. Clearly, Jesus interacts with the Old Testament and never

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Andrew Fuller Friday: On Hope

Hope, or an expectation of future good,* is of so extensive an influence, that whether true or false, well or ill founded, it is one of the principal springs that keep mankind in motion. It

By |January 31st, 2020|Categories: Andrew Fuller Friday|

Around the Horn (January 30)

Something You Could Pray for Your Preachers The task of preaching can be daunting. Each time a preacher steps into the pulpit they have the weight of rightly dividing the Word of God. Do you

By |January 30th, 2020|Categories: Around the Horn|