The enemy would love God’s people chasing abstract and far-fetched untruths rather than sharing the good news of the gospel with their neighbors.
If you’re someone who loves old books—because you love church history and want others to share your enthusiasm—group Bible study can seem like a balancing act between trying to be helpful on one hand and appearing prideful on the other.
We should all be Timothy and Paul. That is the Kingdom of God. Disciples making disciples and the faithful learning from the faithful.
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.
While we may grasp the need for running to Scripture as the source for our faith and practice, where are we looking for our family history?
We have a discipleship disease in the local church. We have adopted a philosophy of ministry that sees discipleship inside the local church as optional, not necessary.
In the season 3 premiere of Pastor Well, Dr. York sits down with Robby Gallaty (senior pastor, Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, TN) to discuss his radical salvation and ministry of discipleship.
Preaching is the overwhelming witness of Scripture as the means of communicating the words of God.
Will we trust in Christ or will we get swept away by panic?
Many Christians have opposed church discipline for understandable, albeit uninformed, unbiblical, and misguided reasons.
Every student of the Bible, particularly those who are charged with teaching it, should commit to reading it in a calendar year.
Don’t underestimate the impact your encouragement might have in someone’s life.
A college or university can be a very unsafe space. But perhaps not for the reasons you think.
One of the great sources of spiritual strength is Christian friendship and fellowship.
Legalism always produces two kinds of people: Those who know they do not measure up to God’s standards; and those who pretend that they measure up to God’s standards.
Our responses flow from somewhere — from the deeper realities of the hearts we’re stewards of. We are stewards of the deeper realities just as much as we are of the surface expressions.
A hunger to learn the Word of God, the ways of God, and the will of God expresses a hunger for God himself.
Only a life fully exposed to God’s Word and soaking in the community of Christ can bring to light the mess our social media feeds seek to avoid, and properly develop our growth in Christlikeness.