Category Archives: Church Issues
I agree we need more emphasis on the real meaning of Christmas, but I believe, in this, Charles Dickens is our ally, not our foe.
We knew God’s Word and experienced God. And that was life-shaping.
When future generations look back in time, let us hope they will see that we met these challenges with courage, not fear.
If it’s not the great needs of the world that overwhelm you, it’s the great sins of your heart that threaten to keep you from God’s mission.
We betray our faith when we are united more by bitterness and grievances than by cheerful confidence in God’s good purposes for the world.
The reason some kids abandon their faith is not because they go to college, but because they stop going to church.
There’s no sense in trying to train our kids to trust in God if what we model for them is that we trust in our training.
Talk is cheap. Even when that talk is about the gospel. So, let’s not settle for conversations about the evangel that don’t lead to evangelism.
What if evangelicals “hold the line” on same-sex marriage while adopting virtually every other wrongheaded aspect of our culture’s view of marriage?
Fighting for your rights in society is pointless if you’re not fighting for righteousness in your heart.