Lest We Drift Away
Through outright neglect and apathy a person can fail to hold on to what is good and true, and over time or overnight, find that they are far from the safety of the short they once held to, or thought they held to.
Sharing The Gospel in a Smart Phone World
Ever walked right up to a stranger with the intention of sharing the good new of Jesus with them? Any number of crazy and exciting things can happen when you choose this approach to evangelism.
3 Ways To Conquer Your Assuming Heart
Every Christian from time to time assumes the worst about something or someone. So how can we live without letting our worst thoughts consume us? 1. Know your Enemy Most of the time when we begin to assume the worst we don’t have all the info yet. Understanding that Satan is the master of lies…
“But God”: The Answer to Man’s Depravity
Consider the doctrine of complete depravity with me. If sinful man is not completely depraved, even from birth, then Christ’s death was not completely necessary. But we are depraved, and it was necessary for Him to die, and this is grace. So What’s the Problem? The mainline problem taken up with this doctrine, I believe, is…
Three Things Everyone Should Know About Biblical Hell
“when the Lord Jesus is revealed from heaven with his mighty angels in flaming fire, inflicting vengeance on those who do not know God and on those who do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus. They will suffer the punishment of eternal destruction, away from the presence of the Lord and from the…
A Particular Kind of Trust (A sermon)
An important message I shared yesterday at the Crossville Mission Bible Training Center. This familiar text holds such wisdom, instruction, and truth for us today. If you do decide listen, I pray it helps you to see the trustworthiness of God above all else in this life. http://s3.amazonaws.com/…/cccrossville/podcasts/27692/Prove…
Fight Complacency With The Cold, Hard, Truth
Are we determined and driven to bring change? Are we still burdened to reach the lost soul, to change the scenery, to transform our communities? Are we complacent? Complacent means – “Satisfied with the current situation and unconcerned with changing it, often to the point of smugness.” Jesus looked over His city with tears. He…