With 2017 being the 500-year anniversary of Martin Luther’s posting of his 95 theses on the doors of Wittenberg, this is a rich year for us as Protestants. Books, conferences, documentaries, and resources abound for helping us refocus our minds on the importance of the Protestant Reformation and how
In April of 2017 I began a journey to memorize the book of Titus. If you are interested in doing the same, or want to learn more about this endeavor, just click here for my original post with the 8-week plan to memorize Titus. Each week, for 8 weeks, my
One thing that I love to be able to do is give great books away. And maybe you love to get free books. If so, today may be your lucky day! Thanks to P&R Books, I have one copy of Aimee Byrd’s No Little Women to give away. All you have to do
In 2 Timothy 3:6, Paul warns Timothy about false teachers that will come and “creep into households and capture weak women, burdened with sins and led astray by various passions, always learning and never able to arrive at a knowledge of the truth.” Literally translated, Paul says that these
As you may remember, beginning last week (April 24th), I began a journey to memorize the book of Titus. If you are interested in doing the same, or want to learn more about this endeavor, just click here for my original post with the 8-week plan to memorize Titus.
Memorizing Scripture is one of the most profitable exercises that a Christian can set his or her mind to. But, if you’re like me, you’ve been hit or miss in your efforts at memorization. For some time now, God has convicted me concerning my lack of regular, disciplined memorization of
One thing that I love to be able to do is give great books away. And maybe you love to get free books. If so, today may be your lucky day! Thanks to New Growth Press, I have two copies of Jeremy Pierre’s The Dynamic Heart in Daily Life to give away. All you
One of the great temptations in life is to swing the pendulum too far to one side or the other. This can happen in all manners of life, and even in ministry — from theological issues like hyper-Calvinism to practical debates between approaches to preaching, use of application, etc.
Anger. Bitterness. Complaining. Irritation. These are issues that every single person has dealt with and likely continues to deal with. Sometimes we legitimately get angry about things that are wrong. But far too often we get angry at the silly, petty, and trivial things in life. And in both
Parents are called to one of the grandest and most intimidating tasks imaginable — training and discipling their children. Scripture makes it clear that the primary disciples and ministers in the lives of children are to be their parents. But many parents are petrified by this task. How do