The biblical concept of separation is dynamic and possesses global implications. God intends to use separation as a means of worldwide blessing. Continue reading Separation: A Means of Worldwide Blessing? (Part One)
Much of music today, including Christian music, has become about the feeling that it gives us personally. Continue reading The Purpose of Music in Our Faith
Church is not an event that takes place on Sunday mornings, rather, the church is a body. Continue reading Jesus but not the Church?
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
Some people seem to think that the ideal church is a leaderless church… There are however, two problems with this. Continue reading Dead Body: The Importance of Church Leaders
We cannot be both a consumer-driven and gospel-centered believer. The one excludes the other. Either you complain, avoid, and dread service or you follow Christ’s example of selfless love. Continue reading I-Centered Christianity
The surging crowds and waving banners will quickly die away. But a Christ-centered unity is the only common ground that will stand the test of time. Continue reading Two Keys to True Unity
We come together, not because of any natural draw to each other, but because of our mutual attraction to our Savior. He draws people who would never relate in any other sphere, and He enables their relationship through His blood. Continue reading Gospel Relationships: Transcending Work and Weather
It seems that the more we talk about things like racism, religion, gender identity, and other platforms of discrimination, the more divided we become. Is it even worth it? Continue reading Do You Discriminate?
Healthy conflict produces fruit and changes lives. It calls us to reevaluate our position. Healthy conflict honors God when, through it, we allow truth to shape and grow us. Continue reading Conflict and the Church