Preaching Is Not Just Information Transfer Here Colin Hansan notes, "The best preacher for you is the preacher who is faithful to God’s Word. Even better if he’s willing to meet you over coffee or
I'm Not All That Awesome Tim Challies begins this brief blog post writing, "It must be difficult to live out the gospel of self-esteem, the “gospel” that insists I’m nothing short of awesome. It is,
Backyard Missions: Recognizing the Value of Mundane Moments Sometimes we get so wrapped up in self we overlook the image bearers around us. At points we need to be awakened to the need of others.
Bearing Burdens, Being Gods When you look at the world it is possible to become overwhelmed and experience anxiety and weariness. In truth, we can't fix all the world's problems nor are we supposed to.
How I Accidentally Stumbled Across—And Then Fell in Love with—the Ordinary Means of Grace In this post, Alex Duke tells a story of an ordinary preacher preaching a faithful sermon. He writes, "What happened over
The Olympics are about Failure Failure is necessary, just look at athletes in the Olympics. Often it is a better teacher than victory. As this post points out, "This is not simply the secular aphorism
Live Where You Live Modern technology can make having a sense of place fleeting, but it is important to live where you are. The author of this post notes, "Living where we are makes the
Scepters, Crowns, Thrones Noting the difference between the kingdoms we see and the Kingdom we don't see, Tim Challies writes, "But beyond and within this visible world, is an invisible one that runs on very
Making the Christian Life More Complicated Than It Needs To Be Tim Challies gets to the root of the matter, writing, "We sometimes make the Christian life more complicated than it needs to be and
Hard to Offend, Easy to Please In this post Matt Smethurst comments, "Cynicism. It’s now in the air we breathe, the thoughts we indulge, the words we whisper, the comments we post. Is this really