Meditation and contemplation on God and His revelation is as vital to the life of the believer as air, water and food are to any living thing.
Judgment, Forgiveness, and Tale of Two Kings
The story of Manasseh in 2 Chronicles 33 presents one of the most powerful pictures of God’s forgiveness in Scripture.
The Bible’s Counter-Cultural Anthropology
The Bible presents the essential dignity and nobility of humanity—a view that goes against the utilitarianism common today.
Engaging Generation Z
Preaching tips that will help you engage the members of the next generation so that they might embrace and advance the gospel and the Kingdom of Christ.
The Inseparability of Justification and Sanctification
Luke Stamps discusses why justification and sanctification are inseparable in the experience of the elect because they are inseparable in the saving intention of the triune God.
The Shema and Church Health
The Shema—Deuteronomy 6:4—provides a key for healthy new covenant communities today.
Three Ways Everyone Can Celebrate Black History Month
James Noble, Assistant Professor of Practical Ministry explains why everyone can celebrate Black History Month.
For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God afore prepared that we should walk in them. Ephesians 2:10 ASV I glorified thee on the earth, having accomplished the work which thou hast given me to do. John 17:4 ASV Insignificant–It’s a word that brings to mind so many feelings and images. Our culture—secular and Christian—cultivates this idea that women … Read More
Sharing His Victory
The cross changes everything, but only because there was also a resurrection. On the cross, Jesus paid the price of sin; at the resurrection, He claimed the victory over sin and death.