A sermon from Ephesians 5 on the dark side versus the light, and how the Christian is remade to live in and with the Light of the World.
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.
A sermon from Joshua 10 on one of the most miraculous days ever recorded, a day that marvelously shows God's sovereignty and sufficiency throughout history.
A sermon from Galatians 5 on how the God the Spirit works faith in us by constantly showing and reminding us how faithful God the Father is.
I am a sinner. I know that. I'm not perfect. I'm pretty bad at staying "Christian" all the time. Fortunately, my ability to stay and act "Christian" has no bearing on whether God justifies me or not.
When endeavoring to define faith in the biblical sense, teachers and preachers hasten to bring their audience to Hebrews 11. This, of course, is the "faith chapter," or the "hall of faith" (as it's commonly called).
What makes a church a church? Is it the building? Is it the denomination? Is it the shared beliefs? Certainly these things are important, but they're not really what make a church. If that were the case, then the prettiest buildings would be the best churches, and the Catholics would have us beat by a long shot.
In this episode, Nicholas Davis and I seek to speak to the reality of the bi-vocational minister and the common pitfalls that come along with that. We also speak to the significance of Christian writing and offer helpful advice for other young writers.
Alanis Morissette’s “Ironic” has sort of become a pop-culture punch line at this point. The irony isn’t lost on this track as, despite it’s title, there’s almost no irony to be found in its lyrics. Some have delved much too deep into the meaning of this song, but their efforts at philosophizing a shallow ’90s song have proved unfruitful in the endeavor to find some semblance of irony.
In this episode of the Ministry Minded Podcast, I talk about my experience at G3 and think out loud about what's transpired, what's been said, and where I look to go from here.