Are you worshipping the god of Open Options?
When I’m finally standing in the new creation, and I’m thinking back over my life, there are some things I will never say.
“He spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all; how shall he not with him freely give us all things?” (Romans 8:32)
This is exactly right. A great encouragement – and an exhortation – to those of us who are single, and have waited a long time in the hope of marriage.
Over the past five weeks, we’ve been thinking about why Western evangelical churches have not been discipling well. So now what? What practical steps can we take to improve?
I was only 11 at the time, but it was the most intense pain I’d ever experienced. It still is. Thinking back, even the memory makes me wince.
My friend Chris Castaldo has written up a great piece for The Gospel Coalition about the extraordinary marriage between Ian and Larissa Murphy.
Or paint well? Or compose well? I recently discovered one possible reason, as expressed by one of the exceptions to the rule: C. S. Lewis.
Perhaps the best Tim Keller sermon I’ve ever heard is one called “The Girl Nobody Wanted”.
“News may come that truth is sick, but never that it is dead.