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...
What About Your Desire to Do Something Great for God? (Kelly Needham, True Woman)
We’d like to have some say in how we are used by God, but frankly that is none of our business.
3 Types of Evangelism to Avoid (Tom Johnston, For The Church)
While being cheerful and friendly are important in evangelism, we must avoid merely tickling the ears of those with whom we are speaking.
How a Busy Mom Can Stay Consistent in the Word (Courtney Reissig, Crossway)
Kids don’t necessarily understand that you need a quiet time. Here are some steps you can take to stay consistent in the Word.
Memorizing Scripture is easier (and harder) than you think (Aaron Armstrong, Blogging Theologically)
God wants you to know his Word. He wants you to meditate on it. To “store it up” in your heart and mind as the Bible says.
You Can’t Sell What Isn’t Yours (Mike Leake, Borrowed Light)
There will be times when we feel backed into a corner. It will seem like the most loving thing we can do is bend the truth…just a little, of course.