One Victim, One Trauma, One Violent Death

What is it about modern American society that is so dispiriting to people? Even at home, there are great stresses […]
August 15, 2017 by Donavon Riley

About Preaching Good Works

Ok boys and girls, it is time for our lesson on how to listen and respond when Servants of the […]
August 14, 2017 by Dr. Steven Hein

Look Upon the Tree

Here’s a dose of optimism for you. It comes from Henry David Thoreau writing beside Walden Pond when this nation […]
August 11, 2017 by David Rufner

Stay in the Boat!

Many people, even those who are remotely familiar with Christianity, know the popular story of Peter walking on the water. […]

A Confessing Church

A confessing church is a confident church. It’s not perpetually on the defense. It has no thought police. It needs […]
August 09, 2017 by Dr. Wade Johnston

Not An Arbitrary and Capricious God

Odin, All Father of the Aesir, is an arbitrary and capricious god. Worshippers offer their sacrifices to him in the […]
August 08, 2017 by Donavon Riley

Congratulations, You Are Being Rescued… Please Do Not Resist

A 1517 / Jagged Word Crosspost Do you ever notice that Christians tend to treat their salvation like a participatory […]
August 07, 2017 by Dr. Scott Keith

The Key to Discipleship

We live in a strange time where the church has found ways of turning Bible verses into clichés or platitudes […]

Misunderstanding Apologetics

Apologetics is the task of defending the Christian faith as true. Properly understood it is an element of evangelism which […]
August 03, 2017 by Caleb Keith

Luther’s Heidelberg Disputation

Luther wrote the theses of his Heidelberg Disputation as an explanation of his teaching and theological method. He presented them […]