An opinion piece recently published by USA Today is titled by the plea of a teen girl who says, "Churches could win back teens like me if they were more welcoming and less judgmental." You can read the piece written by 15-year-old Stacia Datskovska here. Having served as a pastor to students and families before, … Continue reading “Having Itching Ears”: A Teen Seeks To Create a Church to Suit Her Own Passions
Lauren Daigle, Rachel Hollis, and a whole slew of Christian celebrities use familiar Christian language and appeal to not only popular Christian culture, but secular culture as well. But is their message the message of biblical Christianity? Or is it something different?
What does it truly mean that "the same Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead now dwells in you"?
Our confession is our call to war. It's our warcry. When we confess the faith (especially corporately), it's a cosmic act of defiance and a declaration of war against Satan and all the forces of evil.
Jesus reveals his glory on a mountain to three disciples. God even speaks from Heaven with an audible command. But it isn't what you might expect.
From eternity past unto eternity future, the miracle of salvation has been from God, for God, through God, and ultimately, to God.
God's wonderful plan of salvation for his people was purposed and set on course by God himself before creation; a plan that was to be accomplished by sending his Son, Jesus.
There is coming a time when professing believers will either jump ship or bind themselves to the hull, come what may.
"Predestination": A word of comfort for many. But for many others, divisive and confusing words. Why does Paul begin his letter to the Ephesians with such a "divisive" doctrine?
What's so surprising and wonderful about Paul's opening statement to Ephesian believers? Why is his blessing of "grace and peace" so earth-shattering?