How Church History will help you Defend the Faith In this post, Michael Haykin notes, "The early centuries of the church saw Christianity threatened by a number of theological heresies: Gnosticism, Arianism, and Pelagianism, to
Teaching Kids to Work with Grace and Grit Here Brad Larson ponders, "As a task-oriented (more than people-oriented) person, I am well aware of the pitfall of workaholism. As a teacher and parent, I’m also
Unleash the Lion of Scripture: How We Can Know the Bible is True In this post, Michael Kruger notes, "Coming to believe that the Bible is God’s word does not require extensive historical evidence, as
George Floyd and Me In this powerful piece, hiphop artist Shai Linne shares his reactions to George Floyds death. It is honest and heartfelt, and he works to strike a right balance of realism and
Handling Trail; Rebuking Pride "We can learn from the Puritans that we need affliction to humble us (Deut. 8:2), to teach us what sin is (Zeph. 1:12), and to bring us to God (Hosea 5:15).
The Cross Amidst a Plague: Choosing Cruciformity Over Self-Interest "The vast majority of us do not hold a political office tasked with making crucial policy decisions regarding shelter-in-place orders. Although social media tempts us to
God Made You for a Body: How Resurrection Will Make Us Whole "What comes to your mind when you think about your soul? How does it relate to your body? Do you have a spirit that is
When Preaching is Big & God is Small In this article post, Dave Harvey highlights the fact that often the objects of our fears simply mask a deeper sin. While our fears ought not to
How Does COVID-19 Expose the Lie of the Prosperity Gospel? In this post, Conrad Mbewe asks why all the preachers of the so-called prosperity gospel seem to have fallen so silent in the face of COVID-19.
None of Your Pain Will Be Wasted The scriptures point often to the truth that God is using our pain and affliction for our betterment and shaping in Christ-likeness, but what about the suffering that clearly