Struggling against sin seems like an uphill battle. We take a step forward only to take two back. We struggle with the same sins over and over. Sometimes believers think they can either fully remove the battle of sin from their lives, or they think there can be little or no progress against the habits […]
The glad tidings of Genesis 3:15—namely, that God will give Eve an offspring who will crush the serpent's head—creates faith. Yet it also initiates a war between the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent that will become the story behind all of the stories in the Bible.
The question of authority is a hard and really uncomfortable one for a lot of people because we live in an anti-authority age in which we’re skeptical of authority. We’re in a post-truth era. We don’t even know who to trust, what to trust. So, within these institutions that used to be trustworthy (religion, politics, leaders), we don’t know who to trust anymore.
Having now served for eighteen years in pastoral ministry, I still resist the professor’s advice that pastors should seek their primary community and friendships outside of their own church communities.
Here are a few of the ways you can include family worship throughout your day—no matter how busy and chaotic your life might be right now.