The Puritans can teach us how to suffer, serve, and lead with faithfulness.
5 steps to using Greek and Hebrew in your sermons (without boring your church)
To have self-control is to fight temptation and put sin to death. Not just one day, every day. Not just one hour, every hour.
Disappointment is a gauge of how a person perceives his life—what he believes about it and wants from it.
The Sermon on the Mount may be the most well-known and most misunderstood sermon in all of history.
Even the most distraction-prone reader can (probably) muster up the patience to sit for 30 minutes. Reading longer books is harder, but brings greater rewards.
International mission work, by God’s providence, is no longer just international.
Our Savior to calls us to love him supremely—even if it costs our lives. No matter what, it’s worth it.
Parables simultaneously reveal and conceal the truth about Christ.
Embrace silence as that peaceful, healing balm for your noisy, restless soul.
Half of the Bible’s 66 books could be read in thirty minutes or less.
Pastoral ministry is primarily about shepherding and caring for people.
Older veterans likely see standing for Memorial Day as paying tribute to those left behind, but many of us experience guilt for stealing from those we love.
We defend the gospel with gospel-changed hearts.
Many Bible reading plans split up the text and flow of most of the books of the Bible. Yes, one still reads the Bible, but it is a very unnatural reading.
For those who have led little ones astray—who have caused others to renounce the gospel—their punishment will be more intense in some way.
We are not in ministry to share our own spiritual insights or to coach others with practical tips for living. We are called to preach Christ and him crucified.
God does calls ministers, and presents these servants as gifts to the Church.