Christianity does not begin by telling us to love other people. It begins with the great biblical doctrines of God, man, Christ, and the gospel.
The good news links the Christmas story with Easter and shows how one is incomplete without the other.
The law as a guide to salvation is a terrible taskmaster.
We know more about Jesus than any other person in antiquity.
Christmas is not just about baby Jesus. It’s about the warrior-king Jesus, coming to redeem his people.
In everything we do, we are to spread the knowledge of the gospel.
We know who the real king is, and we do not fear the enemy.
We believe there is only one way to heaven. But the good news is that there is a way at all.
For the Christian, death is a homecoming, not an event to be feared.
NUESTRA META ES UN REINO ETERNO, Y NUESTRO PROPÓSITO EN LA PATERNI-DAD ES VER ESE REINO REVELADO EN NUESTRAS FAMILIAS.
EL ASUMIR QUE EL MANTENER UNA LISTA DE REGLAS ES TODO LO QUE NECESITAMOS PARA QUE LAS COSAS SALGAN BIEN, NO LIMITA A UNA NIÑA DE SIETE AÑOS A TORCER BRAZOS.
Our goal is a kingdom that never ends, and our purpose in parenting is to see this kingdom revealed through our families.
The assumption that keeping a list of rules can make everything right isn’t limited to arm-twisting seven-year-olds.
Evangelism, by definition, is the proclamation of Good News. It has the gospel at the very center of its being. In the same way, Christian mission, as defined and understood biblically, has the gospel at its very heart. The mission of the church is the task which God sends His body into the world to…