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
“These miraculous gifts did play an important part in church history. We are forced to deny much of the Bible if we deny their reality.” Continue reading Are Spiritual Gifts for Today?
“How… are we as individuals to use music as we gather to worship as a Christian community?” Continue reading The Place of Music in 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
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
Not until the gospel latched onto me did I realize the true weight of my sin and the infinitely greater power of grace. Continue reading Article 2 of 3 – A Guy to the Guys
The pursuit of holiness is not optional. It is a Christian necessity. Continue reading Article 1 of 3 – Foundations
“Lord, who may abide in Your tabernacle? Who may dwell in Your holy hill? … He who swears to his own hurt and does not change.” (Psalm 15:1, 4b)1 Integrity As Anabaptists, we are taught early on … Continue reading Christian Integrity
Most significantly, headship and its subsequent symbols demonstrate the gospel relationship between Christ and His Bride. They are a marvelous opportunity for us to embody the most glorious truth of our faith – our Savior and His Church. Continue reading Christian Headship: Obligation or Opportunity?