Whether we stand or fall—indeed, whether we are faithful Christians or not—rests on whether we accept the Bible for what it says and allow that to govern our lives. Continue reading Does the Authority of Scripture Really Matter?
Right theology is not an accessory. It is an indispensable part of our individual relationships with God, it informs every aspect of our Christian walks, and it protects us from error. Continue reading Why Theology Matters
“Could there possibly be a way to completely banish “gray areas” from our lives and churches?” Continue reading Do Gray Areas Exist?
I fear… that over time this desire for holiness, simplicity, and humble obedience, has morphed into a proud identity and a certain amount of trust in our works. Continue reading Finding True North – Part 2
If Scripture is so central to our understanding of God, how do we value it practically? How do we allow it to have its full effect on us? Continue reading Three Ways We Can Value Scripture
If you are hoping to watch a movie that brings the book of Acts to life or gives a complete, historically accurate synopsis of Paul’s life, you will be disappointed. Continue reading Paul, Apostle of Christ – Movie Review
Ignorance, Piper points out, is not our greatest problem. It is simply the hardness of our hearts. Continue reading Book Review: Reading the Bible Supernaturally
For me, learning extended beyond the classroom. Continue reading Should You Go to Bible School?
As the characters followed the Biblical narrative and dialogue, I was encouraged to meditate on the miraculous birth of Christ and stand in awe of the wisdom of God. Continue reading The Nativity Story
As the last note of the pre-message song rings through the sanctuary, a speaker walks up to the podium, ready to share a Word from the Lord. “My text for this morning,” he says, after an unusually funny story, “is … Continue reading Twisted Scripture