Why is it that we would rather evangelize strangers than the lost people we know?
If I never needed convincing that Hebrews is where my preaching heart is, these last few weeks have awakened afresh my conviction to challenge students verse by verse, week by week, from these difficult passages from Hebrews.
Can I address the elephant in the room? There are times in my life where I feel as if I am on a journey through a spiritual drought. Seasons where I feel as if I have earplugs in during my daily time with The Lord.
Let me tell you something that you most likely have never thought before: The devil hates that pen stowed away in your desk drawer. He hates that pen because he hates it when you read the Bible with a pen in your hand. He hates that pen because that pen in your desk drawer is … Continue reading Why the Devil hates the pen in your desk drawer.
You want to hear what God has to say about something. That's the treasure: God's word of truth. But how do you find that?
As a culture we love bite-size. I don’t think it’s necessarily a negative thing. We love (or at least I do) sliders for lunch—I can eat those things in one bite literally. They just seem more satisfying to me than working through a 1/2 pound angus burger. HGTV hosts a show called tiny homes. The … Continue reading You can’t scroll through The Bible like you scroll your Twitter feed.
Someone wise once said “People begin to think when they are faced with a problem.” It doesn’t take a long look down the hallways of church history to see this philosophical thought being played out. Take Martin Luther for example, that great German lawyer/monk turned reformer who nailed 95 arguments against Roman Catholic practices to his … Continue reading Don’t read your Bible like a Zombie.