Willow Creek’s “seeker service” model inspired many to adopt its methods. Many, however, do not consider the underlying philosophy, strengths, and weaknesses of that approach. G. A. Pritchard investigates all these and more in this must-read volume.
Christians agree that Jesus’ death on the cross paid for sin. However, there are varying thoughts as to exactly what he accomplished. This review looks at a worthwhile introduction to four views of the nature of the atonement.
Some say the only the Old Testament condemns homosexuality and so it does not apply. However, the New Testament also calls it a sin. This article outlines what God’s Word says about being gay.
You read that right! Israel’s not only dealing with Hamas, but also indirectly Iran. Hamas, the Palestinian terror group based in Gaza, has been using Iranian missiles capable of striking targets up to seventy miles away. From Gaza they have fired at Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, but Israel’s “Iron Dome” anti-missile defense system has been […]
Churches and Christians too often suffer from the “evangelistic delusion.” Learn to identify it and how to become an intentionally evangelistic church.
Willie Nelson has been telling us for years that there always comes a time to “Turn out the lights, the party’s over.” For many the July 4th celebrations can continue for one or two more days because Independence Day fell on a Friday. For others, though, Saturday is just another work day. Whether you are […]
Our Americanized Christianity emphasizes personal liberty and independence. Scripture teaches that none of us are truly free, for we all are the slave of sin or God.
Over the past century and a half—and more rapidly under the past two administrations, one Republican, one Democrat—the US Constitution has been used to justify actions that would make King George, whom the Declaration of Independence criticized, look like a libertarian. In the name of security, freedom, and all somehow based on the document that […]