To deny ourselves would be to deny those basic worldly, sinful impulses that seem so attractive to us on their surface.
Reading the Bible can lead to knowledge of God, and knowledge of God can lead to salvation.
Forgiveness is reconciliation, the beginning of intimacy with God. That relationship saves us, by degrees, to become the love that has saved us.
E. Stanley Jones writes of seven things to which the Christian has access in Christ.
Most of us spend our lives trying to search out the dimmest light. We want to be noticed, but not too clearly. Watch the video of Scott Kisker and Kevin Watson discussing the band meeting.
The process of restoration begins with us as we are, but it doesn't leave us there. Read more from Scott Kisker as he describes the journey of salvation.
Could it be that the problem facing the church is much larger and more significant than has typically been realized? Maybe the simplest way to put it is that we are all addicts.
When we give to the things that God cares about, we store up treasures in heaven. Our everyday living positions us to serve as conduits of God’s generosity.
God appoints people to serve as stewards of creation and outlines foundational instructions for His chosen people for handling money in the Old Testament.
The lingering threat of becoming nothing more than a dead sect is ever before us. We need a recovery of holiness of heart and life, the antidote of the relativism that is the operative dynamic of our culture.