The Way to Wander & the Way to God: Psalm CXIX Part 22

We come now to the 22nd stanza and the end of this 119th Psalm, throughout which the writer has been adamant about both God's heart to save and man's heart to wander. This climactic stanza is no different, with the psalmist closing his magnum opus of praise in a rather anticlimactic way: prostrate in submission … Continue reading The Way to Wander & the Way to God: Psalm CXIX Part 22

#29: On Church Planting & Gospel Ministry in New England with David Morse

There's a grave need in the American Church — in the global Church, really — for a rediscovery of the gospel. For instance, swaths of churchgoers sit on pews and give their minimal budgeted offerings, even though, when they leave to resume their weekly routines, they have little or nothing to do with Christ — … Continue reading #29: On Church Planting & Gospel Ministry in New England with David Morse

#28: On Grace, Failure, & Freedom with Tullian Tchividjian

Perhaps the unsung attribute of God — the one we all take for granted — is His longsuffering. His patience. God suffers sinners to painstakingly fumble over their sanctification time and time again, never choosing to scrap it all and start over, but to persistently, stubbornly love them. More often than not, we push our … Continue reading #28: On Grace, Failure, & Freedom with Tullian Tchividjian

God’s Divine Cross-Centered Purpose

Despite being a large book with a vast history, the Bible tells one story. This, indeed, is what makes it such a miraculous book. Even though its pages comprise words and letters from 40 different authors, spanning approximately 1,500 years, the Bible has one note, one plot line: Christ crucified for sinners. The unending thread … Continue reading God’s Divine Cross-Centered Purpose