Leading volunteers, Part 1: Why and who

Why are we recruiting volunteers in the first place? Who are these people we’re recruiting? In this first of a two-part series, Mars Hill Deacon Brandon Andersen will cover some of practical tools to help organize and lead volunteers with a mind…

Did Muhammad Exist?

The Sana Quran is significant because it is one of the oldest Quran manuscripts and therefore gives evidence that Muhammad existed contrary to the claims of people like Robert Spencer.

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Eid al-Adha and Abraham

Muslims on Pilgrimmage celebrate Eid al-Adha, Feast of Sacrifice. Tens of thousands of sheep and goats, are sacrificed in memory of Abraham’s offering up his beloved son (Genesis 22). Why would God command Abraham to sacrifice his son, his only son, the son he loved?

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Leading Spiritually with a Broken Body

Dave Furman explains how God is his provider and strength as he pastors his church and leads his family even with debilitating nerve damage in his hands.

God, Politics, and Evil (Carlton Wynne)

Strange things happen in the days leading up to a national election. This morning’s case was courtesy of the center article at CNN.com which reads “When ‘God’s Will,’ Rape and Pregnancy Collide” (Caution: the article contains explicit details…

Shepherding God’s Flock

A chapel sermon from Tom Schreiner that Bruce Ware thinks every pastor or pastoral candidate should hear.

Isaiah 54-55 and the Well-Meant Offer of the Gospel

Hywel Jones is a dear friend but more importantly he is a dear preacher of the Gospel. In chapel on Tuesdays he’s been preaching through Isaiah 55 focusing on the well-meant, sincere, offer . . . Continue reading →

In By Grace, Stay in By Faithfulness? (2)

In the first part we quickly introduced the basic doctrine of covenant nomism, namely that God has established a system whereby sinners are admitted to the covenant by grace and they stay in . . . Continue reading →

Thank You for Supporting the 2012 #Truth4Inmates Campaign

Today we read an encouraging testimony of how the Lord graciously used many of Ligonier’s resources in the life of an inmate. Lowell Ivey writes:
“…by God’s grace, I discovered R.C. Sproul’s ‘Renewing Your Mind’ program. I began listening to it…

October 27, 312 – Constantine’s Conversion

“Constantine’s acceptance of the Christian faith was the most important conversion in history, apart from that of the Apostle Paul” writes historian Nick Needham. This Saturday, October 27, 2012 marks the 1700th anniversary of Constantine’s conversion. Anniversaries help us to remember what God has done and to give thanks for his wondrous acts for his […]