by Tim Challies C. Ryle defines sanctification as “an inward spiritual work which the Lord Jesus Christ works in a man by the Holy Ghost, when He calls him to be a true believer.” In his classic work Holiness, he lays out twelve propositions concerning sanctification. It is a result of your union with Christ. “The […]
The Fourth of July is almost here, we’re in the middle of a presidential election cycle, and everyone is talking about politics. Earlier this week, Chad sparked quite a discussion when he argued against flags in church. So I thought it would be appropriate to add to the discussion with this video from John Piper […]
After Adam and Eve fell, sin spread rapidly throughout the world. By the time we get to Genesis 6, it’s everywhere. But why? So Adam and Eve made a stupid decision. The rest of us didn’t have anything to do with it. We weren’t even there. How could that one decision possibly have had such […]
American nationalism is a story with faith at its center. While I’m no David Barton, I cannot read American history and not see the faith of our forefathers. But just because Americans have chosen to believe faith and country can be combined does not make it so.
by Karen Fancher In the year 2000 I first traveled to the region of southern Sudan, which was embroiled in a devastating and long-standing civil war. As a counselor from a Christian college who has worked cross-culturally, I was asked to speak on forgiveness to men and women who had experienced the atrocities of war. […]