• Nov 26

    Black Friday Sale: 40% Off Seminary Now

    Seminary Now -- for you and your church

    This holiday season, take advantage of a special Black Friday sale from Seminary Now, a new on-demand streaming platform featuring exclusive video courses from leading professors, authors, and practitioners.

    This is one of our seminary’s ...

  • Happy Thanksgiving from Us to You

    Kris and I wish one and all a Happy Thanksgiving!

    Accept, O Lord, our thanks and praise for all that you have done for us. We thank you for the splendor of the whole creation, for the beauty of this world, for the wonder of life, and ...

  • Nov 25

    Some Things Never Change

    In the midst of so much change, what does not change? 3 things
    Some Things Never Change

    I moved to Cairo, Egypt when I was 22 years old to serve as a Youth Pastor for an international church. I was about to graduate from college and was ready to pursue my dream. My dream was simple. I wanted to help people and live an ...

  • Nov 25

    A "Missional" Theology

    What happens to theology when it becomes missional?
    A "Missional" Theology

    John Franke will not be surprised when he reads that, when I got this book in my Inbox to blurb, my first word was “Finally.” I have known John’s excellent work and penetrating thoughts for years and years and this ...

  • Nov 24

    Light IN the Darkness

    Light IN the Darkness

    “IN HIM WAS LIFE, AND THAT LIFE WAS THE LIGHT OF ALL MANKIND. THE LIGHT SHINES IN THE DARKNESS, AND THE DARKNESS HAS NOT OVERCOME IT” (JOHN 1:4-5).

    Each July I unplug from the regular tasks and routines of church ministry, ...

  • Nov 24

    8 Models of Evangelism

    Evangelism has fallen on hard times -- so read this!
    8 Models of Evangelism

    She’s taught a course on evangelism for twenty years and, if you read her new book, Priscilla Pope-Levison will help you and your church to be more responsive to our culture without diminishing the importance of evangelism. ...

  • Nov 23

    Inkling or Not, She Was Their Equal

    The friendship of Dorothy Sayers and C.S. Lewis

    If one judges the greatest time in political history one should point at Classical Athens in the days of Socrates, Plato, and Pericles. If one ponders the greatest time of raw intelligence, one might well agree with Joseph Epstein ...

  • Nov 23

    Institutionalism: Good or Bad for the Church?

    Institutions been part of Christianity from Jesus On
    Institutionalism: Good or Bad for the Church?

    Many today are anti-institutional, especially when it comes to the church. They’re quite courageous in their convictions and often spell out their terms on the internet with glee and not a little chest-thumping. It’s acceptable ...

  • Nov 22

    Christ the King Sunday

    Prayer for the Week
    Christ the King Sunday

    Almighty and everlasting God,
    whose will it is to restore all things in your well-beloved Son,
    the King of kings and Lord of lords:

    Mercifully grant that the peoples of the earth, divided and enslaved by sin, may be freed and brought ...

  • Nov 21

    David Moore Interviews

    An interview with Carl Trueman

    The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self

    David George Moore

    Carl Trueman is Professor of Biblical and Religious Studies at Grove City College. He is the author or editor of a dozen books. You can find his incisive essays on First Things ...

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