Apart from wishing the writer had used ‘deep’ rather than the less appropriate ‘thick’ (which means the exact opposite of what he wants it to mean), this is a really helpful article. Knowing what we believe is one thing, but unless we know why it will only take a more compelling narrative to topple any moral position we may hold.
David Robertson writes about a reply he received from the Minister of Education. You can decide whether the response received in any way addressed David’s concerns.
Tim Challies offers a really helpful, and astonishingly simple, way to make sure we are preaching to the heart rather than just delivering information to the head. Your structure may be the same but the way you phrase your points may just make all the difference.
‘Downgrade, as Spurgeon called it, is an insidious assault by the enemy, but like all the enemy’s work God will use it for good.’ Here are 5 ways that heresy, perversely, can help the church.
RC Sproul explains the ‘big idea’ of the Christian life. What, in essence, is the Christian life all about?
‘Unrealistic expectations about what church is like will kill you’. It’s as simple as that really.
‘What is better: to have unsuitable individuals serving in the church – non-members, divisive individuals, those who make service about themselves, etc – or simply to have no non-essential ministries until suitable individuals are able to serve gladly, willingly and properly?’