By Dustin Willis In a rapidly changing world, one thing remains the same: the gospel of Jesus. But, in order to be effective, our approach to reaching and helping those in need cannot depend on what we have always done. If we want to reach every neighborhood and every nation, we must redefine the way…Read More »
David Platt may be known for his radical ways, but when he stepped to the stage at the 2019 CROSS conference, no one expected to get a 50-point sermon.
The most tangible display of God’s holiness shines against the darkest of backdrops. God has revealed His holiness in the incarnation—Christ’s physical entry into this fallen world. John tells us tha…
Source: The Visitation of God’s Holiness
Your church has access to the same news and guidelines you do, but what they need is a theological lens through which to make sense of culture and science.
These hymns speak of heaven and the age to come, beckoning us to set our hearts on that eternal city where disease, suffering, and sin will be no more.
Our church gatherings ought not be offensive or strange to the outsider but it should be primarily a place that feels like home for the believer.
With so much happening in the U.S. in 2020, particularly within the church, American Christians can often forget theirs is a global faith.
This is no time to shrink back. Let us not allow another moment like this to pass by. Here are five acts of love to lead your church to respond to racism.