Jesus slays our fear with his promises. No matter our circumstances, Christian joy transcends them.
Looking back a few decades, early 20th Century Christians found holding the line of societal morality increasingly difficult in the face of expanding religious pluralism…
Christian fruit in life and in the church does not exist apart from the Spirit. The Spirit convicts the world, and the Spirit serves the church.
In America, the window of opportunity is quickly closing for easy and faithful obedience to Jesus’ commands.
If one isn’t willing to uphold the fact that life is inherently holy, then all bets are off.
Christians should expect the world’s hatred, and Christians can endure the world’s hatred.
The problem of application with Stanley’s message lies in a stealthy verbal bait-and-switch, exchanging freedom in Christ for slavery under a single law.
The command to love is so crucial, that its opposite is a deadly cancer that must be removed at all cost.