Hope When Your Children Stray
“I think of the many others he has redeemed late in life, and I’m encouraged to pray more fervently for the rebellious. I think of the fact that the gospel is for rebellious prodigals whom God loves to welcome home with inexpressible joy.” Nick Batzig addresses the godly parents struggling with their rebellious children to just have hope. No sinner is too far gone for God to save, just hope and pray fervently.
Do You Know How to Rebuke?
For those that are struggling and for those that see others in their lives struggling, do you know how to rebuke, and not just rebuke, but in love? As sinners all on the journey of sanctification, rebuke, reprove, and exhortation are all things that we require and should exercise. This article both reminds us and takes us through how we should do such things in love and grace, not with the goal to be puffed up with pride.
Why Would a Good God Allow Moral Evil
“A world in which people have the freedom to love and perform great acts of kindness is also a world in which people have the freedom to hate and commit great acts of evil. You cannot have one without the other, and we understand this intuitively.” Ever struggled with the goodness of God? Detective J. Warner Wallace takes us through the evidence behind why a good God will allow moral evil.
What God Wants You to do With Your Life
A 30-minute sermon on Haggai 1 that walks you through what God wants you to do with your life.
Doers and Delegators
Tim Challies talks about two kinds of leadership, one more unique than the other, but both equally important.
“God has given a greater and divine purpose to every single being on this earth. To interfere with that purpose, not only shows our lack of trust in God, but also puts ourselves in God’s place.”