The word gospel literally means “good news.” In Greek, the word is euanggelion from which we derive our English words, evangelical and evangelism. So, an evangelical church is one that preaches the Gospel or good news of Jesus Christ. The question that strikes me this morning is, “are we really offering good news?” I have […]
Let us therefore remind ourselves before we go any further that the gospel announces, at the very beginning, that man is absolutely helpless in the matter of his salvation, he can do nothing at all about it.
Paul warned Timothy about those who engage in speculation. Has the evangelical community been in violation of this warning?
Jesus referred to an “hour” that was coming in his life and ministry. John Stott writes about what Jesus meant by this.
Preaching that does not call the hearers to repentance will not affect the heart of the hearers. Real change requires a change of heart.
To avoid stress and burnout in pursuit of our calling, we must rely on the sovereignty of God. We cannot do it all, but we must do what God calls us to do.
Rev. Heath published a piece in the Huffington Post which purports to give a Christian response to bullies. I have two points of challenge for Rev. Heath. One based on something she didn’t say and one based on something she did say.
A recent post for bravefaith.org got a response from several angry atheists. I share the lesson I learned from this exchange in this post.