God loves questions and so should we.
The church is not called to shy away from curiosity or criticism. Instead, the Lord has tasked us with addressing it head-on, in love and respect of whoever may be asking.
The cornerstone for any apologist is their personal understanding and application of the Cross. We cannot make the case for Christ unless we intimately know Him.
Biblical leadership has been defined for the benefit of the church.
God created you with great joy. As a matter of fact, He is delighting in you today as His child.
For the wealth of knowledge taught by Jesus in Matthew 24, his most profound reminder is this: do not be deceived.
Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your heart.
Consider your calling: God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong.
At the final judgment, where will you stand?
The end is near. While the Bible has not given us a date, it has illuminated a path.
You are in active warfare. Present yourself as a struggle to Satan by taking the supernatural seriously.
When sin is at the door, do you resist, or have you given your enemy a key?