As we consider Christ, who was willing to be stricken on our behalf, we are motivated to endure and not lose heart.
A friend of mine from who is a missionary linked me to this blog by a fellow seminary classmate. I think it is worth reading and considering in these days. Check out Zach Kinkaid’s blog entitled VIRUS by clicking on the picture below-
 “But to what shall I compare this generation? It is like children sitting in the marketplaces and calling to their playmates,  “‘We played the flute for you, and you did not dance; we sang a dirge, and you did not mourn.’  For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, ‘He […]
Ours is an age of cynicism, where the idea of universal truth is questioned and often rejected in all areas of life, whether in social and cultural issues or in personal matters. People today talk of “my truth” or “your truth” or “a truth”, but reject the notion of “the truth”; that is, absolute truth […]
I want to tell you about my best friend. I met him when I was 12 years old. We have known each other for 35 years. He knows everything about me, and yet I am still getting to know him more each day. He is simply amazing. Let me try to describe him with three […]
EFCA Midwinter Conference related to the Doctrinal Survey of 2018 This February, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School will be hosting the Midwinter Theology Conference: Contending for the Faith–7 Critical Contemporary Doctrinal Challenges: A Biblical, Theological and Pastoral Response. Though the topics of the theology conference vary from year to year, this session will focus on core […]
The disciples asked Jesus, “Lord, teach us to pray.” (Luke 11:1) What follows is known as the Lord’s prayer (Luke 11:2-4). In many ways this prayer is a model for how we pray to God on a regular basis: begin with adoration, move to confession, then thanksgiving, and finally supplication (or requests). The Lord’s prayer […]