A faithful servant has entered into the joy of his master. “We are secure, not because we hold tightly to Jesus, but because he holds tightly to us.” – R. C. Sproul (1939–2017) Today, a legendary theologian passed into the hands of our heavenly Father. Dr. R.C. Sproul went home to be with the Lord… Continue reading Celebrating R.C. Sproul (1939-2017), His Theology, and His Work in the Gospel
Late PCA leader influenced generations of Christians by filling the gap “between Sunday school and seminary.” When Reformed theologian and Ligonier Ministries founder R. C. Sproul was once asked what he wanted written on his tombstone, he replied cheekily, “I told you I was sick.” That was in 2015, after the esteemed teacher and author’s… Continue reading Died: R. C. Sproul, Reformed Theologian Who Founded Ligonier Ministries
The real threat to foster children in the UK (and the US) lies within our own hearts. For the past few weeks, headlines in the United Kingdom have been full of outrage over Christian foster children being placed with Muslim families, and vice versa. It began in August, when The Times of London—one of the… Continue reading Yes, 100 Christian Kids Are Being Raised by Muslim Families. Here’s the Actual Problem.
As a same-sex-attracted woman married to a man, I was struggling to ward off temptation on my own power. Then God showed me I didn’t have to. Author’s Note: In October of this year I had the privilege of publicly sharing my story of coming to Christ from a background of same-sex attraction and atheism.… Continue reading Two Marvelous Truths Help Me Say No to Sexual Sin
The release that best embodies our pursuit of Beautiful Orthodoxy. Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life Tish Harrison Warren (InterVarsity Press) “Christians often find it more comfortable to embrace the goodness, truth, and beauty of God in faith principles than to transfer the principles to practice. In reality, more time is spent… Continue reading Christianity Today’s 2018 Book of the Year
Experts weigh in on the Pope’s recent choice to support a change to the wording “lead us no into temptation.” The church has a long history of fiddling with the Lord’s Prayer and debating the right wording. Scripture itself isn’t unified on the wording. The Bible gives us two versions of the prayer—often referred to… Continue reading Should the Lord’s Prayer Be Changed?
“[The Birth of Jesus Foretold] In the sixth month of Elizabeth’s pregnancy, God sent the angel Gabriel to Nazareth, a town in Galilee, to a virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David. The virgin’s name was Mary. The angel went to her and said, “Greetings, you who are… Continue reading Luke 1:26-28