As you speak with your child about Jesus, God’s Word, and their relationship with God, there are several biblical values that should frame your approach to this ongoing conversation.
The second post in a series on Thomas from John 20. Perhaps you can identify with “Doubting” Thomas, and be met by Jesus in His kindness and grace.
The Apostle Thomas was famously known as a doubter – but who, in fact, was he? We can, perhaps, understand a little bit more about our own struggles with with belief by considering Thomas’ story. The first of several parts.
Every believer should bring their Bible to church. Here are four reasons why.
We willingly take on the weight of the world when we make ourselves its center. Laying this aside through imitating Christ in a posture of humility is to become greater while simultaneously become less.
Resurrection surprises us. More often it bores us. In Christ, let us be reawakened to the awe and majesty of the life given to us through death.
I found this great definition of the work of a theologian over on Steve Holme’s blog, Shored Fragments. It’s worth a read and a ponder, especially in regards to the centrality of Christ’s church in the work of theology. As a pastor, I have often wrestled with my (seemingly unneeded) work as a theologian. This was […]