Good shepherding takes place in the steadiness of feeding, nurturing, caring, and watching out for the flock.
Does God hear the prayers of unconverted children?
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.
We cannot earn a hearing with God through sincerity. We need Christ to get access to God.
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.
Billy Graham leaves behind a rich legacy not only in evangelism and American religious life, but in the history of Southern Seminary. In 1963, under the leadership of SBTS President Duke McCall, the school established the Billy Graham chair of evangelism, which became a position now held by Timothy K. Beougher. In 1993, Southern Seminary…
The Prayer That Turns the World Upside Down: The Lord’s Prayer as a Manifesto for Revolution R. Albert Mohler Jr. The Lord’s Prayer is a revolutionary and earth-shattering manifesto for God’s eternal reign in heaven and earth, writes R. Albert Mohler Jr. in his new book, The Prayer That Turns the World Upside Down, which…
The City of God and the Goal of Creation by T. Desmond Alexander (Crossway, 2018, $15.99) Review by Sarah Haywood “At the very heart of God’s plan for our world stands an extraordinary city,” T. Desmond Alexander writes. His new book, The City of God and the Goal of Creation, is the latest volume in…
We wrestle against the demonic, but the church overcomes Satan by the blood of Christ.
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.