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...
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Keeping Your Balance in Prayer (Zach Barnhart, For the Church)
Could it be that, in our well-intentioned drift towards praying wherever we are, that we’ve forsaken the necessity, and the reverence, of regular prayer?
Hospitality: A Reflection of the Gospel (Abby, Of Larks)
This truth, this complete restoration to God and acceptance by God, should stir our hearts to welcome, love and invite others into our community and homes. This is why we “do hospitality” as Christians.
10 Things You Should Know about Apologetics (Mitch Stokes, Crossway)
Be realistic and avoid the temptation to think that in order to address your neighbor’s skepticism you must first have all the answers. No one has all the answers.
How to Recognize a Spirit-Filled Church (Eric Davis, The Cripplegate)
…what ought we expect from such a church? What will that look like?
Why Every Christian Should Care About Theology (David Qaoud, Gospel Relevance)
Over the years, one of the most disheartening things I’ve realized is how few Christians care about the deep things of God. We tend to think that theology is only for pastors and leaders. But this isn’t true.