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Four keys to reading (and teaching) the Psalms

Let us give praise to God for the Psalms and praise him with the Psalms.

Do James and Paul disagree on grace and works?

In the beauty and completeness of God’s Word, Paul and James teach complementary, not contradictory, truths.

Spurgeon’s advice for a Christ-centered vacation

The best kind of vacation involves a restorative encounter with Jesus

4 Questions you should ask before joining a church

If you can answer in the affirmative these questions, it is a good possibility you have found your next church.

Dear new elder, here are 5 things to consider as you begin

I cannot improve on Paul’s words to a young elder named Timothy but based on Paul’s writings I offer five lines of encouragement for you.

Five terrible reasons for surrendering to vocational ministry

I’ve seen too many people in vocational ministry fail to launch.

This summer, read two old books for every new one

We asked a few faculty members to recommend one new book and two old ones in the same category for summer reading.

How to remember the Bible passages you memorize

I know this might sound like a lot of effort but it is worth every second to have God’s word stored up in our hearts.

Hope for the weary preacher

Father, as I preach, guide me in truth. Protect me from error. Show them he’s true. Let them taste of his beauty.

Should I go to seminary?

Wouldn’t it be easier just to stay put and read a little more?

Wherever he leads, I’ll go . . . will you?

You can say, “No,” and you can say, “Lord.” But you cannot say, “No, Lord.”

Parents and children: Read the Bible every day

I literally don’t remember not reading the Bible every day. Here’s how it happened.

Give your church the multivitamin of evangelism

Evangelism has a way of nourishing the church in so many ways.