“What do you do?” That question is as common among businesspeople as “How many are you running Sunday morning?” is at pastors’ conferences. Our society is obsessed with work, and probably not in the healthiest way. We identify ourselves based on what we do, we define our lives by the amount of stuff we’ve accumulated, […]
A Deep Swim in the Delights of God- A Review of John Piper’s The Pleasures of God: Meditations on God’s Delight in Being God
I recently finished reading the Together for the Gospel Edition of John Piper’s book The Pleasures of God. Like many of Piper’s books, it’s one of those books you have to stop every few pages and think/meditate. It is rich in scriptural content and word pictures of how the author imagines different aspects of God.
Have you Betrayed the Gospel? A Review of Gospel Treason: Betraying the Gospel with Hidden Idols by Brad Bigney
There is a huge need in the Evangelical Church for a return to the sufficiency of scripture in dealing with personal problems and struggles. Over the last few decades, we have seen huge numbers of Christians compromising on the authority and sufficiency of the Word. Scientists tell us that the earth must be billions of
What do you tell a group of future pastors, missionaries, and Christian leaders when you believe you may be near your final days? While Spurgeon could not have known that this would be his last major address to his students at the Pastors College, his words are stirring. For pastors, elders, and other congregational leaders,