Theology is more practical than we often realize.
The law as a guide to salvation is a terrible taskmaster.
If we don’t understand the covenants, we will not and cannot understand the Bible because we won’t understand how the story fits together.
5 reasons why depression is a pervasive issue among pastors.
Faithful doctrinal teaching always starts with the text, not a system.
In our drive to make everything cross-centered, have accidentally forgotten the resurrection?
Sanctification is part recognizing that our redemption has been accomplished by Christ, and part realizing that our redemption is being applied by the Spirit.
Ministry leaders are often pressed for time, but we must make time to read. The reward is worth the work.
Jesus teaches us that if we have the smallest amount of faith, God works on our behalf.
Good shepherding takes place in the steadiness of feeding, nurturing, caring, and watching out for the flock.
As we rise with him, even our personalities are redeemed and regenerated and renewed and reformatted.
We have to own our pursuit or rejection of food before Jesus can come and provide the only lasting comfort amidst this world’s sufferings.
Denying the perseverance of the saints has absolutely devastating consequences.
The profile of a good listener is the opposite of the proverbial fool: patient, energetic, focused.
The church should be a place where training and growth occur so that Christians flourish.
Billy Graham’s faith was authentic, on and off the crusade stage.
These observations are not about the vast numerical impact of his evangelistic ministry (such as preaching to over 200 million people), but about his on-going legacy from which we can draw inspiration in our own lives and ministries today.
Seven decades of Great Commission collaboration