Exciting phrases, easy acronyms, and memorable lists formed from dense works of systematic theology can be helpful for the everyday Christian. While these reductions of God’s Word and His nature help us understand general frameworks, they are unable to help us understand everything the Bible teaches. It is one thing...
Why Be Urgent with the Gospel? (Geoffrey R. Kirkland, Vassal of the King)
Our lives are brief. We are here but for a few years and then we step into everlasting eternity without end. One might ask: why must we be so urgent with the gospel?
The Joys of Small Groups (Scott Hollingshead, The Cripplegate)
Like any relationship, this didn’t happen from day one but has gradually grown as we submit to God and He uses us in one another’s lives….Here are three reasons I love being part of a small group.
Fear of Failure (Shannon Kay McCord, Biblical Counseling Coalition)
The gospel reminds us that our failures are not a surprise to God. He uses our failures to teach us flexibility, humility, patience, perseverance, compassion, and persistence.
my hope for readers of “none like him” (Jen Wilkin, the beginning of wisdom)
This is a new book that we highly recommend to you by Bible teacher Jen Wilkin!
Today is the official release date for None Like Him! I wrote this book because of two convictions I hold regarding the importance of knowing what the Bible says about God’s character.
Canonicity: Why These 66 Books? (Nathan Busenitz, Preachers & Preaching)
Have you ever looked at your Bible and wondered, “How do we know that these 66 books, and no others, comprise the inspired Word of God?”