As Christians, how are we to understand the role of government in our lives, particularly that of the police? We must find our answers not from the media or public sentiment, but from the very Words of God himself.
Hebrews 13:8 tells us 'not to be carried away by all kinds of strange teachings.' How do we obey this command? Here is some advice given to a friend.
It is estimated that you will listen to 3,000 to 7,000 sermons in your lifetime depending on how long you're a Christian. So how has your life changed as a result of the thousands of times you have sat under the faithful preaching of God's Word?
Much of the tension in our society today centers on certain buzzwords with new ones rapidly emerging all the time. As Christians, we need to clearly understand the true nature of the conflict as well as what we are to do about it. In part 1 of this series, we'll look at some of the roots that underly the conflict.
Black Lives Matter is language that everyone should affirm. But does BLM as an organization reflect the ideals that appear to be conveyed in the words? In these turbulent times, it is crucially urgent that Christians be discerning.
Evangelicals claim that the man of God preaches God's Word with authority, but also that he possesses the capacity to explain it in a way that the typical Christian does not. So how is this different from the Roman Catholic teaching that the Church alone has the authority to interpret Scripture?
A look at the song entitled "I Asked the Lord That I Might Grow" by pastor, writer, abolitionist, and shepherd among shepherds, John Newton.