Blog Archive

We Need to Surrender

Carlos Chung | May 16, 2019

As the government rages against believers at every level, whether it be at the national level, the state level, the local level, or the municipal level, we are to surrender to every manifestation of institutional authority placed over us. The battle cry of every believer is, “I surrender. I submit to your authority.”

8 Marks of Authentic Worship

Daniel Block | May 14, 2019

To define biblical worship is to confine it. At best we may try to describe the phenomena. But in simplest terms, worship is the human response to God.

Begging: The Place to Start

Dale Ralph Davis | May 7, 2019

We are guilty of arrogance, not merely neglect, when we fail to beg for the Spirit’s help in the study of Scripture. God will likely give understanding through the tools we use, but when we use tools while neglecting Him, the tools have become idols.

Living on the Brink of Eternity: The Life of David Brainerd

Brad Klassen | April 30, 2019

We are called to imitate the example of the lives of faithful saints who have gone before us. David Brainerd is a man who ministered in unimaginably difficult circumstances, who exhibited extraordinary humility and self-denial, and whose great love for the glory of God and the souls of sinners is nothing less than admirable.

Light in Darkness: Waging War with the World

Carlos Chung | April 23, 2019

There was a time when God and Scripture were woven into the fabric of this nation. But our culture has plummeted into secularization. How do we as believers shine the light of Jesus in this increasingly dark world?

Christ’s Resurrection: The Source of Hope

Nathan Busenitz | April 19, 2019

The hope of heaven is predicated on the reality of Christ’s resurrection. It provides the basis on which believers can face death with unflinching confidence.

Exodus and God’s Eternal Plans, Pt. 2

Abner Chou | April 11, 2019

The book of Exodus presents rich theology ingrained into these familiar passages. God devastates the world’s first superpower and unveils His glory as He works to redeem His chosen people.

Exodus and God’s Eternal Plans, Pt. 1

Abner Chou | April 9, 2019

In our study of the Bible, we tend to sprint through familiar narrative passages. But we ought to pause for one reason: narratives contain theology.

Cloaked Cowards: A Theology of Conflict

Reagan Rose | April 2, 2019

Being a Christian requires believers to step into situations that are irreversibly awkward—situations that have the potential to turn contentious. We must not be so scared of conflict that, in attempts to avoid it, we forsake our duties.

The King Who Can Cleanse

Dan Jarms | March 27, 2019

Leprosy was not only seen as a dangerous contagion but as a sign of the curse of God. That is why Jesus’ healing of the leper is so important. Jesus’ authority is so great that He can cleanse and restore without risk of being defiled. He can bring about a saving work that restores someone to himself and the family of God.

Unconditional Election: A Catalyst for Worship, Humility, and Evangelism

Jerod Gilcher | March 20, 2019

Although election is a challenging doctrine for many, it is a glorious catalyst for worship, humility, and unwavering evangelism. If you want to grow in godliness and strengthen your effectiveness for the Great Commission, the doctrine of unconditional election is worth your meditation.

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