All authority– All nations– All things– Always.
The following is the first session in premarital counseling, regarding the false expectations a couple may have in seeking such counsel. Please add your comments that would help make this a better experience for a young man and a young lady.
Come, ponder some thoughts with me. Could Jesus, the Son of Mary, be in this psalm?
The following is the second session in premarital counseling, regarding the duty that a couple has to the institution of marriage itself.
Some may be curious about the beginnings of American Fundamentalism. Contrary to common opinion, the beginnings of the movement do not arise from the multi-volume work The Fundamentals, but from the desire and push of a Midwestern Baptist pastor.
Should we fight our fears and take a stand? In conservative politics, this tactic is often encouraged, but it may not be godly. The following reflections explain why, and owe much to a conversation with a close friend following a National Day of Prayer breakfast.
In trying not to be a hypocrite, we often become a hypocrite of a different kind. How can this trap be avoided? First Peter gives us the answer.
The following is a poetic essay in response to Rob Bell’s book Love Wins:
Sometimes it is the most obvious things that we fail to thank God for in our lives. The following is a meditation on the grace of birth.
Fanny Crosby, Ira Sankey, P. P. Bliss—names now fading even to older Christians, but once familiar as composers of the so-called “gospel hymn”. Composed for mass production and quick consumption, these hymns