Paul warned Timothy about those who engage in speculation. Has the evangelical community been in violation of this warning?
Moses warned the Israelites to not add or subtract from the commands of Scripture. We would do well to heed this warning. How does this apply to us in 2013?
The point of this ramble is that God redeems all of life, even the aspects of life that seem to have no eternal value. To be faithful in a difficult or boring job is as much an act of grace as teaching a Bible study.
My experience is that resolutions are likely to be broken or forgotten before the end of January. Yet I am going on record with 5 of them. Read mine and share a few of your own.
Preaching which provides information without pushing for transformation does not build the church. In this post we identify why true preaching calls us into deeper relationship.
Jesus tells us that no part of the Old Testament law will fall away before it is fulfilled. What does this mean and how should we respond? Do we need to change how we approach the law and how we teach it?
All the disciples were required to do was to get bread from Jesus and carry it in baskets to the people. We need to carry the gospel to our youth. We need to possess it and understand it before we can impart it to the next generation.
The church is called to make disciples. How can we assess how well we are doing in this endeavor? Here are 5 tests to aid in assessment. Read on and provide comment as to what else can be done to assess discipleship.
Attempts at Honesty has had two posts published at FaithVilage.com. Check out these posts and the other resources at this up-and-coming site.
The comparison of light and darkness in a 3 Doors Down lyric caught my ear. Can the light be found? What does the Bible say?