Billy Graham on Eternal Life

“I’m looking forward to that day when I’ll see Christ face to face. Are you?”

 

The Missing Word in Our Modern Gospel

If we want to give people a message that saves, instead of one that only soothes, we must preach more like Jesus and less like our pop stars.

Marriage Tune Up: Five Books, Five Questions

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, which means husbands will be scrambling for babysitters, flowers, and chocolates. But more important than any material gift that can be given, the best thing for spouses (besides the word and prayer) is simply time. Time to talk, time to listen, time to read, time to reflect. With that in mind, here are five marriage books worth reading (together or separately) and five questions husbands and wives can ask themselves and share with each other. Five Books Timothy Keller with Kathy Keller, The Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexities of Commitment with the Wisdom of God…

Monday Morning Humor

An oldie, but a goodie: that dreaded silver medal, strangle a guy, the involuntary luge.

On Writing Books and Getting Published

Writing is good, and you can get better. Publishing is hard, and it may not happen. Don’t stop reading. Hone your craft. Learn, grow, be self-aware.

Enneagram: The Road Back to You, Or to Somewhere Else?

If the Enneagram were another version of ‘What Color Is Your Parachute?’ or ‘Strengths Finder,’ that would be fine. But it has been, from its inception (whenever that was), infused with spiritual significance. And therein lies the danger.

Life is Precious

Defend, honor, and give thanks for life—yours, your children’s, and your parents’.

Happy Birthday Heidelberg

Since its publication in 1563, the Heidelberg Catechism has been used in scores of languages and is widely praised as the most devotional, most loved catechism of the Reformation.

One Simple Thought On MLK Day

The Bible would have us consider that we are more the same than we are different: same parents from the Garden, same sin nature from Adam, same broken hearts, same busted image, same need for the same Savior.

20 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Make (and Keep) Right Now

I think the new year provides a good opportunity to evaluate current practices and consider how the Spirit might enable us to set better priorities in the future.