Brent Sadler
"Irenaeus" comes from the Greek word for "peace." When it came to heresy, this defender of the faith was anything but. ...Continue reading.
Donald Whitney
Family worship needn't be complicated. In fact, according to Donald Whitney, it's as easy as one, two, three...Continue reading.
Steven Tipton
Each generation must slay their own theological dragons. Perhaps our children would do well to arm themselves with the help of theologians like Herman Bavinck. Continue reading.
Philip Ryken
Nine years ago, Philip Ryken reflected on his two decades of marriage to Lisa. We revisit that article today as an encouragement and reminder: whether joy or sorrow, God remains faithful.Continue reading.
Ian Hamilton
We are one body, a Church united in Christ Jesus. So when it comes to benefiting from the Lord's Supper, the question isn't a matter of "I," but "we."...Continue reading.
Derek Thomas
Humans crave real, solid hope, but they cannot find it in worldly philosophies like existentialism or humanism. True hope lies only in Jesus Christ, and nothing less.Continue reading.
Liam Goligher
Joseph will not get much press this Christmas. He’ll be around of course, often as no more than a prop to make the Holy Family appear like a normal family. But Joseph is just there. We ask why.Continue reading.
Jon Domm
God created the first Adam in His own image, and appointed him to rule over the works of His hands. He also gave him a commandment. Gen. 2:16, 17: “Of all the trees of the garden you may freely eat. But from the one tree—the tree of the knowledge of good and evil—you may not eat. For in the day you...Continue reading.
Jeffrey Stivason
I was in a store just a couple of days ago when a smiling clerk asked if she could help my wife and me with some pictures we were admiring. However, talk about beautiful pictures gave way to a less than attractive reality. When we were finished, we asked where she would spend Thanksgiving. That’...Continue reading.
Jeffrey Stivason
In the previous articles, I have suggested that C.S. Lewis’s article, “First and Second Things” provides an understanding as to why pastors experience burnout. Lewis said that when first things are eclipsed by second things both are lost. In the first post, I suggested that a way of avoiding or...Continue reading.

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