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John 1:1-14

  • Thumbnail An extended sermon in the words of the Savior Elmer Towns has a new book that will raise some questions and spark some discussion. He spoke with The Exchange about “ The Bible by Jesus ” recently and this is what he had to say. The Exchange: So how did this book come about? Elmer Towns: About 15 years ago I […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: The Gospel of John in Light of the Synoptics   1 month, 1 week ago · View

    Thumbnail Dr. Josh Moody is the senior pastor of College Church in Wheaton. Episode 38: The Gospel of John in Light of the Synoptics In this episode of Theology for Life , Lynn and Ed talk with Josh Moody , senior pastor of College Church (Wheaton, IL) about the Gospel of John—how and why it differs so much from the Synoptic Gospels. In John, we […]

  • Thumbnail Nearly two dozen Christian leaders contributed reflections on the birth of Christ Each year at the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism we create an Advent/Christmas resource to inspire and equip believers to show and share the love of Jesus in a lost and broken world. In the past, we’ve created Speaking the Story at Christmas , a video series to help […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Richard Wurmbrand: A Message for Good Friday   1 year, 8 months ago · View

    Thumbnail Seeing Beyond Suffering to Resurrection and Glorification

    When He, the Spirit of truth, has come, He will guide you into all truth. … He will glorify Me. … ” —John 16:13–14

    As we approach Good Friday again, let us, who complain about many things, remember how much Jesus endured and how He took suffering.

    VOM founders, Richard Wurmbrand (1909–2001) and Sabina […]
  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Why Christians Should Love Creation, not ‘Nature’   1 year, 9 months ago · View

    Thumbnail God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone. Many Christians are suspicious of terms like “environmentally sustainable,” “green,” or “eco-friendly.” The images the terms conjure, and the practices they denote, are often associated with atheists, progressives, and “hippies.” As a result, too many of us ignore genuine dangers—deforestation, land erosion, oil spills—while adopting foolishly […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Modes of Mission: A Missional Posture   1 year, 11 months ago · View

    Thumbnail This week, in our series examining mission modes, we look at how John lived on mission. One of the active characteristics of God’s mission is the notion of “sentness.” God establishes this pattern early in redemptive history. He goes to Adam and Eve, but sends Abraham to the Promised Land, Moses to Egypt, Jonah to the […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: The Mystery of Hope in Paris   2 years ago · View

    Thumbnail Why we light candles at a time like this. Seemingly within minutes of the massacre in Paris, people gathered at one place or another, in Paris and in cities across the world. They laid flowers. They prayed. They played “Amazing Grace. ” They held hands. They displayed the colors of the French flag. They wept. They also lit candles. Lighting […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: History’s Biggest Heresies   2 years, 2 months ago · View

    Thumbnail False teachings condemned by the church. On the Trinity Modalism Who taught it? Sabellius (3rd century) What is it? God is only one divine being, who plays different roles at different times. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are not distinct persons of the same essence, but different modes or expressions of a single person. Modalism naturally leads […]

  • admin wrote a new blog post: Saul to Paul: Gowda [repost]   4 years, 5 months ago · View

    ThumbnailSaul to Paul: From Persecutor to Christ Follower shares the story of seven men who once tried to destroy the Bride of Christ, but ultimately succumbed to the power of the Holy Spirit. One of those men is Pastor Gowda, a former radical Hindu in India who today passionately serves Christ and His church. Here is a […]

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