In short, never get over the fact that God saved you.
In the Christian life, growing in godliness takes deliberate effort.
There are surprising benefits in reading about those who have gone before us.
We are not exempt from suffering and the various discouragements that come along with discipleship. But there are things we can do to help us press on.
Several weeks ago, I became one of the millions of Americans who lost their job due to COVID-19. As a pastor, here’s how I’ve sought to respond.
Before I became a Christian, I thought being a single parent was the hardest job I have ever had. But that was a walk in the park compared with being a Christian.
Unemployment rates are incredibly high in some of the world’s poorest communities. So how does the gospel apply to those who don’t have paid work?
A reductionistic view of personhood is neither helpful nor biblical.
‘Let me do Thy will or bear it, I would know no will but Thine. Shouldst Thou take my life or spare it, I that life to Thee resign.’
Pastor, now is not the time to drum up false enthusiasm.