Dr. York sits down with Trillia Newbell (author, Director of Community Outreach at the ERLC) to discuss training/equipping women & pursuing diversity in the Church.
Understanding the Bible as a unified redemptive story dramatically changes the way we approach it.
As we return to Scripture year after year, we are better prepared to see what has been there all along.
Unlike the words of David and Jeremiah in Scripture, no believer’s writings today are divinely inspired. But the example of the biblical authors in writing their prayers, meditations, questions, etc., provides scriptural validation for Christians today to do the same.
If you can’t make time to meet God through the Bible and prayer now, it’s very unlikely you will when (if) life does slow down.
I plan to continue this practice for the rest of my life, for I never outgrow the need for the practical wisdom of this divinely-inspired book.
Let’s power down, seek to connect with one another, and encourage each other to press on as we together proclaim the faith once for all delivered to the saints .
Even the most distraction-prone reader can (probably) muster up the patience to sit for 30 minutes. Reading longer books is harder, but brings greater rewards.
Embrace silence as that peaceful, healing balm for your noisy, restless soul.
Half of the Bible’s 66 books could be read in thirty minutes or less.
Many Bible reading plans split up the text and flow of most of the books of the Bible. Yes, one still reads the Bible, but it is a very unnatural reading.
Does God hear the prayers of unconverted children?
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.
The persecuted church needs our prayer. Here’s how you can help.
Giving people a plan gives them an incentive to read the entire Bible.
A supernatural gospel is not just for frontline missionaries.
Are New Year’s resolutions a good habit for gospel-centered Christians?