Should You Learn Biblical Greek? Consider This…

The main purpose of writing the new Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar, Fourth Edition is to help you to understand better and to communicate more clearly the Word of God. This must be kept in mind at all times. It should motivate you, encourage you when you are frustrated, and […]

Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar

Scripture’s Motivation to Seek Racial and Ethnic Unity Right Now

“These words are a call to abandon complicit Christianity and move toward courageous Christianity.” History and Scripture teaches us that there can be no reconciliation without repentance. There can be no repentance without confession. And there can be no confession without truth. Although activists have achieved a remarkable amount of […]

The Color of Compromise

Pastor, Lose Your Swag and Embrace Your Limp

Not long ago, I failed miserably at practicing what I preach. I committed a very hurtful sin with my tongue, to which my wife responded, “Out of the heart, the mouth speaks.” She then told me what I already knew. My sharp words were a betrayal of my calling as […]

Answering the Call to Lo Debar

by By Rob Cowles, adapated from the new book The God of New Beginnings: How the Power of Relationship Brings Hope and Redeems Lives When Mephibosheth was five years old, his father, Jonathan and grandfather, Saul the king of Israel, were killed in a battle with the Philistines. Word of their […]

The God of New Beginnings

The Golden-Mouthed Preacher: Lessons Learned from John Crysostom

John Chrysostom (ca. 349–407) boldly called for distinctive Christian living and piety, and he denounced the abuses of the wealthy and powerful. His direct preaching eventually raised the ire of the imperial family, and he was deposed and died in exile. His moral commitment, liturgical refinement, and biblical commentary still […]

A Legacy of Preaching

How to Tell the Gospel with Storytelling

“For every generation, or maybe even every decade, a book comes out that will become a standard reference for evangelism and apologetics,” says CT’s recommendation. “This book has the potential to become the leading manual for Christians engaged in outreach for many years to come. Chan discusses a wide set of issues […]

Evangelism in a Skeptical World