Christmas is not just about baby Jesus. It’s about the warrior-king Jesus, coming to redeem his people.
Use these questions as a tool to craft more intentional New Year’s resolutions.
Our kids need to be prepared—in age-appropriate ways—for life in a world captive to sin and death.
There are no unimportant words in Scripture. So let us delight in them and preach them all.
Making a broad impact is nice, but making a deep impact would result in greater influence and bring greater glory to God.
The waiting of Advent is actually good for us and is molding us into the likeness of Christ.
Should I pause my expository preaching on holidays?
Preach Christ in all of Scripture, because only by seeing him will we become like him — the purpose for which we were created and redeemed.
Not all church decline is bad.
Pastor, meditate on these texts to nourish your faithfulness and silence your anxiety.
As long as we have breath, let us encourage one another to rest in the salvation God has accomplished for us in Jesus.
When experiencing trials, Charles Spurgeon made a point to cling to God’s promises.
If you go into church planting looking for fame or adventure, you probably won’t find either.
Hopefully we will never need these guidelines, but our churches must be prepared for the worst case scenarios.
3 marks of true Christian friendship
Every time I teach a church membership class, I try to answer these six questions guests and new members often have.
Since German is my first language, and since I grew up hearing this hymn from my parents first in German, I wanted to attempt a fresh version that might clarify a few obscure spots in the English text.
Praise God that it pleased him to work through ordinary men like Luther and Calvin to unleash afresh an extraordinary gospel to work in all its grace-driven power in my life and in the lives of countless millions of other believers and pastors through the century.