When Praying 1 Timothy 2 Is Hard

I've had to lay low all week, being sick. Here's a thought that's encouraged me early in the morning when I couldn't sleep: 1 Timothy 2.1-2 is even more vital for the Christian when the people we are praying for are doing evil. Paul knew that. He wasn't exactly talking about a righteous, Godly government... Continue Reading →

What Does Our Family Bible Study Look Like?

In the following Article, you will find five simple questions that I ask to help my family work through a passage of Scripture. We use them during our times of family worship, while we are in driving in the car, and as we talk about a sermon or message that we have heard together. I have found that these questions serve as a springboard for deeper and more fruitful thinking on the passage at hand. 

Polycarp’s Perspective

This weekend, as I travelled across the United States, I spent quite a bit of time thinking about the situation that we find ourselves in with all of the 'social distancing' that is going on in our culture. I spoke with a great number of people and one thing was evident: Christians' hope isn't primarily... Continue Reading →

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