Replacement or Reconciliation

In the garden, Jesus prayed that we all might be one, and in Ephesians, Paul wrote that Jesus tore down the middle wall of separation between Jew and Gentile. There are many different notions of unity; some believe we need to put away doctrine and unify with everyone who claims Jesus. Others say unity is... Continue Reading →

Paul the Apostle

One could say that the Apostle Paul lived the lives of ten men. He lived a faithful life and is a worthy example to follow from a radical conversion on the road to Damascus, fifteen different journeys, starting churches, mentoring young pastors, and all the persecution he suffered. In the coming weeks and months, we... Continue Reading →

Tethered to Truth

I found it necessary to write appealing to you to contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints.Jude 1:3 ESV Every generation feels the need to reinvent Christianity, to make it relevant, but the truth is, the Christian faith has endured for over 2000 years. The faith once delivered has... Continue Reading →

Faith that is Bigger

Over the last several years it seems like we have seen more and more stories of people losing  their faith. I've read various statistics about the vast majority of kids who leave the youth group lose their faith while they are in college. There are various reasons why people say this is. Most of us... Continue Reading →

Morning Devotion: Church

"...on this rock I will build My church..." Matthew 16:18 The Lord Jesus has been building His church since the day of Pentecost and the gates of Hell have never and will never prevail against it. Trial, tribulation, and persecution have never stopped the building of the church! Matthew 16:15-18 NKJV "He said to them,... Continue Reading →

100 Books

Two nights ago I read a very intriguing social media post from Pastor Matt Everhard. "What if you dedicated your life to reading, knowing, and studying just 100 books? Nothing more, nothing less. What would you choose? Would it be beneficial to have a personal cannon from which you never strayed? Imagine what you could... Continue Reading →

Why The Reformation Isn’t Over

Some say the reformation is over; they say everyone believes we’re saved by grace. They say revival is coming; we need to partner with God and do spiritual warfare. Like Luther, I respond grace alone and faith alone. We don’t need to gin up revival or do a bunch of stuff to get God to... Continue Reading →

Timeless Truths

I recently finished two modern books that were based on ministers from the past. One book was based on a sermon from Jonathan Edwards and talked about the glory of God, and the other was established from the writings and sermons of Charles Spurgeon during the Down-Grade Controversy. Reading these books was an incredible experience... Continue Reading →

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