From creation to new creation, ours is a God of words.
Every aspect of life can be lived for the glory of God, including buying a house.
Grace leads us to “give thanks always and for everything” (Eph 5:20).
We “know in part,” Paul says. But what we know is hugely significant.
The gospel changes how we think of the relationship between God and the government.
To have “faith like a child” doesn’t mean what you’ve been told.
Jesus’ miracles weren’t random acts of kindness, but signs of the king and his kingdom.
Everybody worships. You gotta serve somebody. Only Jesus satisfies.
Jesus spent half his life as a carpenter. And that wasn’t a waste of his time.
Who you are is who you will be, so be who you will become.
Five simple things to remember when telling someone about Jesus.
The Spirit of God moves us onwards and upwards as we grow in Christ.