We must beware of oversimplifying Jesus’ message. Many think that Jesus came to bring peace and harmony—and this is obviously true—but he also came to bring division. If our family members do not side with Jesus, we must decide whether we will stand with Jesus or with our families.
Jesus proved to be a masterful chess player. He simply refused to get caught in verbal or intellectual traps, and in fact always managed to turn the heat back on the one who posed the challenge in the first place.
In life we can be confused about many issues and not know many things, but to be confused about who Jesus is and what he has done and to not know him as Lord and Savior is a life and death issue.
There is no greater need for the church today than to think rightly about Jesus.
Jesus calls us to delight in the mundane for his glory and to reflect his heart to serve. How does service reorder our lives?
Dr. York sits down with Michael Reeves (president, Union School of Theology in the UK) to discuss the Trinity, family, and the global state of Christianity.
Christmas is not just about baby Jesus. It’s about the warrior-king Jesus, coming to redeem his people.
We believe that Jesus is the Son of God. Everything else we believe depends on that.